Get the most out of Adaptive Live
You’ll be able to get even more out of your experience by taking advantage of these special value-added conference activities.
The Adaptive Insights corporate booth is the hub of the conference. Meet with your customer success representative, speak to our product experts at the demo pods, and get your product questions answered.
Customer Resource Hub
This is your one-stop shop for all your Adaptive Insights questions. Find out about services available to you while learning how our support, training, and professional services teams can help.
There’s lots to see and do in the Expo. Stop by and visit our sponsor booths to maximize your Adaptive Insights products. Hungry? Need to rest your tired feet or charge your phone? We got YOU! All meals and breaks will be served in the Expo Hall.
Tips & Tricks Theater
Back by popular demand, these 15 minute “efficiency hacks” will change the way you work. Presentations run during breaks and lunches in the Expo, so grab your latte and a seat and get ready to learn.
Don’t miss the annual Torchie Awards during the keynote on Thursday May 24, when winners join Adaptive Insights Founder, Rob Hull on stage as we recognize the success of Adaptive Insights’ customers. Award winners will receive complimentary registration to the conference, invite to cocktail reception with executives and more.
Participate to provide feedback on your experience and perception of using Adaptive Insights. Engage with our user experience team members in a 1:1 setting designed specifically for you to interact with different areas of our product and provide your thoughts about your experience. No prep required. Just sign up and show up, and we will guide you through the rest. Make an appointment.
These special 1:1 meetings with our Wizards will give you the chance to receive personalized advice on how to optimize your model. You can learn how to model parts of your budget or planning process and how to configure your system. Sessions are 30 minutes and are on a first-come, first-served basis. One session per organization and no more than three people per session.