Registration for X4U is now open
After our successful TEC online event, we're excited to share that registration is now open for Experience4U. X4U is our first global and of course, fully virtual customer event. Meet the industry thought leaders and Unit4 experts who will share their insights on HOW to transform the work experience for your people and WHY that matters.
X4U has a great line-up including keynotes from Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, Lady Mariéme Jamme, gender equality activist and founder of iamtheCODE, and Lisa Dodman, Chief People Officer of Unit4. Join us for over 40 sessions across two days – from industry trends to case studies and explorations of our product roadmap. All selectable and tailorable to your specific needs and interests. For you, we have a specific HR track with hands-on talks and inspirational speakers!
It’s an opportunity for us to share strategies and thinking with you that acknowledges where we all are now, and how to prepare for what happens next. And to showcase what Unit4 can do to help people-centric organisations prepare for the future. We know that the last few months have brought challenges nobody could have predicted, and accelerated others we were aware of. Many of our customers have used our products and solutions to navigate these challenges even as they emerged.
And we want you to be able to hear how they did it. That’s why we’re hosting round table discussions and in-depth reviews of what some of our users have been doing with our platforms in the real world.
What can you expect?
From extending the value of your ERP to HR best practices, planning for successful IT implementations, cash and income management for nonprofits, and building adaptability and flexibility into professional services businesses.
Our speakers and contributors include our own global and product leadership teams, our customers, our ecosystem partners, and industry thought leaders.
We’re thrilled that Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales will be joining us to explore what it means to experience real purpose, lending his perspective on the nature of purpose in creating and energising one of the most high-profile nonprofit organisations in the world today.
We’ll also be hearing from noted technologist and systems change pioneer Lady Mariéme Jamme giving her take on the same topic. Bringing to bear her experience as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and her work in advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Our CEO Mike Ettling will be sharing his vision of Unit4 and the importance of the “people experience” in building and growing people-based businesses. Our Head of Human Capital Management Tim Clauwaert will share with us how to support an employee from hire to retire and boos productivity with engagement-based performance management. Our Chief People Officer Lisa Dodman will inspire us on how by focussing on employee experience, HR can make changes happen.
Our customers will also have their moment to shine, they will be showcasing how digital transformation is core to reimagining businesses, as well as keeping people engaged during the COVID pandemic.
How will this work?
X4U will be taking place on the 14th and 15th of October in our own virtual environment. It’s user friendly, easy to navigate, and gives you complete control over how you experience X4U.
We’ve set it up to give you complete control of the sessions you choose to attend – with the ability to save any sessions running at the same time for later. You’ll also be able to interact with speakers and panel participants in Q&A sessions directly in the platform. As well as communicate directly with other delegates – as much or as little as you want.
Registration is quick and easy. And to make it even easier, we’ll use the details you give us when you sign up to help you start customising your experience with a suggested agenda of the sessions we think are most relevant to you and your interests. (Although you’ll still be totally free to make your own choices when the time comes.)
Don't think it twice, sign up to experience what the future holds for HR in people-centric organisations!