Thank you for attending the 14th SAOIM 2018
“The 14th SAOIM is done and dusted! Many thanks to everyone who made this event special. From our international, invited and other speakers, to the delegates, exhibitors and sponsors. And a HUGE thank you to an amazing team of people, who spent the past 18 months putting this together” —-SAOUG & SAOIM Chair
All conference presentations are available for download from the Speakers page or visit the Programme page, and download or view presentations by clicking on the speakers name.
View photos taken during the event on the SAOUG Facebook page
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We will keep you posted on the next conference on Social Media and the SAOUG and OSALL websites and listserves.
See you soon at the 15th SAOIM in 2020!
We teamed up with CrowdCompass to build an app that will make this year’s experience a lot more valuable for our attendees, exhibitors, and speakers. This app includes networking, schedules, social media and much more at the palm of your hand: https://crowd.cc/s/1HtuY
This year’s mobile app for #SAOIM18 is awesome. Here are just a few benefits and reasons why you don’t want to miss out on the app:
- Access the event schedule and customize your agenda with personal appointments
- See all the speakers and read their bios
- Check out the exhibitors and locate their booths more easily through an interactive map
- Get important updates and exciting offers via the app through Push Notifications
- See who’s attending and share contact information by networking with other attendees
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