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In addition to the Opalis sessions that we (the Product Team) are running, there are also a number of other sessions that feature Opalis. It is AWESOME to see our MVP’s and other IT Pro’s who are out there in the real world stepping up onto the global stage and talking about our product. It’s amazing to see the rampant uptake of Opalis across the world.
In addition, there are 2 Hands On Labs (HOL) that you can do at any time during the event and indeed afterwards as well as 3 scheduled sessions of the Instructor Led Labs (ILL) on Opalis that will be run by our product team! These guys know more about Opalis than anyone else, so make sure you take the opportunity to learn from the best.
These sessions are:
Thank you, and I look forward to meeting with you at MMS and having some great discussions!
Adam Hall Sr. Technical Product Manager, Opalis
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