On the heels of our biggest Accelerate Vienna conference ever, we’re thrilled to announce that Tricentis Accelerate is returning to San Francisco April 29-30 2020! The call for speakers is now officially open. The two-day conference will deliver the latest insights in agile and continuous testing, RPA and the convergence of automation across the enterprise. (Check out the Vienna highlights to see what Accelerate is all about.)
You’ve told us that hearing from your peers is one of the main reasons so many of you return to Accelerate again and again. With that in mind, we encourage you to apply to speak. Whether you are a novice speaker or a seasoned pro, your story might be exactly what someone in the audience needs to hear to overcome their own obstacles. The deadline for submission is January 31, 2020.
The Accelerate program focuses on two key areas: expert perspectives that help you gain insight into industry trends and empowering, real-world stories from teams and individuals who have transformed testing, kick-started an automation initiative, developed an innovative new process, or found a creative solution to a common challenge. Attendees will also be the first to see the latest product innovations across the Tricentis portfolio.
We’re also launching a few new initiatives at Accelerate San Francisco 2020, including our first-ever Women in Tech experience and a dedicated virtual reality demo of the Tricentis platform. Sign up now to be notified when registration opens, get updates as keynote speakers are announced and more.
How are the Talks Selected?
All submissions for speaking slots will be assessed by a committee of Tricentis employees and industry experts. Each submission will be rated anonymously based on relevance, originality and timeliness. Speakers who are selected will receive a free pass to the event.
Suggestions to Improve Your Submission
To increase your chances of being selected, please include the following in your submission:
- Provide context and describe the problem or issue you’re addressing.
- Tell us what makes your topic unique and special.
- Give concrete examples of the points you’ll cover.
- Include key takeaways that attendees will learn.
- Keep your abstract as concise and to the point as possible.
- Include a link to a video of you speaking, if available.
Submit your talk here – We look forward to hearing from you!