The Anaplan Community is excited to announce our upcoming event,Anaplan Live!(formerly know as User Groups Live!) streaming from Minneapolis.Anaplan Live!offers the chance for Anaplan users around the world to come together in a virtual space to learn and interact.
What can you expect?
Anaplan Live! is a three-hour online experience, split between two-days, packed with presentations from Anaplan experts and Connected Planning thought leaders, presented via live streaming video embedded in the Anaplan Community. Attendees have the opportunity to interact in real time with both presenters and other Anaplanners in forums and through live chat.
How do you register?
Anaplan Live! is free to attend, but advance registration is required. Claim your spot and then help spread the word! Additional details will be shared in the coming weeks. Agenda is subject to change.
We look forward to seeing you atAnaplan Live!
Post on Social!
We love social shares—be sure to post your viewing party photos, comment on the action, or give us a shoutout and use #AnaplanLive! After the event, we will compile everyone who posted and select a winner for a special Anaplan Live! prize.
Want to Catch Up?
You can watch segments and read discussions from all of the past Anaplan Live! (labeled as User Groups Live!) events on the newAnaplan Live!page in Community, including events from San Francisco, Singapore, York, and London.
You might have received an email from Anaplan titled We are Live. If not then don't worry they are publishing all these broadcasts and you should be able to hear great insights from Anaplan's customers & Partners i.e., VMWare, Deloitte, LionPoint & some of the Anaplan's Internal folks like @ChrisWeiss - is an amazing anchor & @rob_marshall. While I was listening attentively I could feel @JaredDolich was around and was trying to ask few questions:)
Re: Anaplan Live! is broadcasting on March 4th and 5th - Register Today
@JaredDolich So your question made it to YY and that too the first one. So expected:) @usman.zia asking about connected planning use case was so cool - even I had the same question.
Great insights from everybody. I liked the session Function Vs Function more.I would go 51:49 in favor of lookup. But I would say one thing to both of our experts @pierre_kerkinni@zack_fennessy that if you marry you will be lethal.