Workfront, the work management application platform for the enterprise, is hosting the company’s annual Leap conference as a virtual event for the first time this week. The event features presentations from leading global brands and experts engaged in transforming work, providing opportunities for enterprise leaders to learn, network, and advance the discipline and technologies of enterprise work management.
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Now available on demand at no cost, Workfront’s Leap 2020 Virtual Conference features:
- Keynote addresses from Workfront customers and partners, including Covance, John Paul Mitchell Systems, Prudential Financial, Penn State University, Stanley Black & Decker, and Accenture Interactive, as well as Workfront CEO Alex Shootman and Vice President of Product Scott Lee.
- 120 breakout sessions on a variety of topics, including business strategy, work continuity, and agility. These sessions feature Workfront partners and customers, including top brands like Adobe, Capgemini, Cisco, Google, Harvard University, Signant Health, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Under Armour, Walgreens, and Workday.
In conjunction with the event, Workfront announced the winners of both its annual Partners of the Year Awards, and Lion Awards. The Lion Awards honor individuals and brands that are transforming their businesses through work management. This year was once again hotly contested, with winners coming from BT, The Home Depot, PwC, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Sage, Sky Betting & Gaming, SSE, Synchrony and T-Mobile. For more information about the categories and winning applications, visit workfront.com/lion-awards.
“Our goal has always been to make Leap not just a Workfront conference, but the premier international enterprise work management event of the year,” said Workfront CEO Alex Shootman. “In 2020 I can confidently say we’ve exceeded our goal. The event is the largest gathering of work management experts ever—welcoming more than 10,000 participants, including some of the world’s leading experts on transforming work. During a year of significant disruption, the need for companies to connect, automate, and elevate work as a tier one asset has become unquestionably clear and urgent.”
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