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Customer Communities

Share information. Exchange ideas. Enhance skills.

Ventyx customer communities and user groups offer an ideal networking environment for you and other Ventyx users. Our communities offer an informal setting to exchange ideas and discuss issues that are impacting today's organizations. They also present a useful vehicle for users to network with one another and examine best business practices as a forum for professional and personal growth.

Some unique features of the Ventyx Customer Communities include:

Ventyx Online Community
The Ventyx Online Community is the place for Ventyx Customers to connect directly to each other as well as other industry experts. Explore best practices, start a conversation and read about real-world examples of our solutions in action.  Join the ongoing discussion to collaborate with industry leaders.

Go to the Ventyx Online Community
Membership and login are required.

Leadership Councils
Leadership Councils are an executive level partnership between Ventyx and our customers that provides strategic direction, and assists Ventyx with long-term, strategic product planning. There are two active Leadership Councils – the Nuclear Leadership Council (NLC) and the Market Management System Leadership Council (MLC), and each brings together leadership from Ventyx and the customer base for a strategic market area.

Customer Advisory Boards (CAB)
CABs provide strategic direction and are used by Ventyx to help define long-term strategic product direction. The CABs are small, consultative groups within functional business areas for each product.

User Group Meetings
The Network Manager users and system owners have formed a customer-led user group in North America and Europe. The user groups typically hold 1-2 meetings each year in which Ventyx product specialists and management also participate. These include updates of what’s new in the industry, plus recent developments and new functionalities. The currently active Network Manager user groups include North America, the Nordic Countries and Europe, but customers from other regions are invited and very welcome to visit.

Go to the Network Manager User Group Meetings portal
Membership and login are required to view the user group pages.