UGC 2018 Website is Live!
The 39th annual CBORD User Group Conference will take place October 7–10, 2018 at the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa on the desert frontier of Las Vegas. There is so much new this year—it’s the first time we’ve held UGC in Las Vegas—it’s time to get excited!
- Call for Sessions opens, March 5
- Excellence Awards nominations open, April 10
- Educational Sessions posted, May 1
- Registration Opens, May 16
Registration opens in just over 2 months, but while you're waiting please enjoy our new UGC website and have a look at our amazing 2018 venue. The Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa sits on the wild frontier of Las Vegas, NV, approximately 17 miles from the Las Vegas strip and just outside the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, nearly 200,000 square miles of western landscape set aside for hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, and more with indoor and outdoor exhibits.
You couldn’t ask for a more intimate, yet exciting place to play, both indoors and out. Red Rock has it all, and when you’re finally worn out, rest and relax in the soothing spa, readying yourself to take on tomorrow. Adventure awaits!
The Word of the Year is New
We’re kicking off the dust and bringing new energy to UGC to enhance your education and networking opportunities. Our goal is to add more value to UGC attendance so you can get the most out of the experience.
This year’s conference will feature a redesigned Technology Exhibit, new educational sessions for all levels of users, and new certification opportunities and networking events to enrich your professional community.
We are continually updating the website as additional information becomes available. Session descriptions and schedules will be posted prior to the opening of registration in May.
Also new this year: you’ll be able to register online as an individual—or as a group! One person can register everyone from your organization and receive a group discount.
UGC is a unique opportunity to celebrate and share all the amazing ways people use CBORD technology to achieve success. You are a creative community, combining technical knowledge with real-world experience, and we can’t wait to hear your innovative ideas this year.
If you have any questions, please contact Events Manager Amy Tracy.