Recap: User Groups Live! from the UK


What a week! User Groups Live! (UGL!) wrapped up two successful, live-streaming events last week from the United Kingdom. Read on to catch the highlights and discover where you can catch the recordings from each event.

User Groups Live! from York

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On Tuesday, November 12, UGL! streamed from the Anaplan York office. The event—hosted by Anaplan’s very own Richard Halford—featured four, fantastic segments, including:

  • Customer First presentation by Alicia Crowther, Greg Meek, and Pam Polizzi.
  • Engineering and QA & L3 discussions with Jason Simpson & Simon Walton, and then Nina Dean & Harvey Whitford.
  • New UX Development presentation and demo by Steve Prendergast and Dave Waller.
  • What’s with the Honeycomb? presentation by Karl McPhee and Alistair Walls.

As promised during the event, we’ve made the event recording available on the Community in the User Groups section. Catch up on all the great presentations in the User Groups Live! from York page.

User Groups Live! from London

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As a fast follow, we streamed live from the Anaplan London office on Thursday with host Louise Archer. The London event featured another four segments with all new guests and subjects, including:

  • Customer Success Stories interviews with Paul Gallagher, Usman Zia, and Joanna Emmott.
  • New UX and Mobile demonstrations with Leigh Romeo.
  • The Planual presentation by David Smith.
  • Centers of Excellence discussion with Magali Pelissier and Andrew Tye.

You’ll find the recording of the London event available on the User Groups Live! from London page with links to additional resources mentioned in the video.

Finally, a big thank you to all of our Community members that attended the event online and to the Master Anaplanners that attended the London event in-person. Your viewership, engagement, and support helped to make both UGL! events a great success!

Be sure to keep an eye out for the next User Groups Live! event coming early 2020 from the Anaplan Minneapolis office.