International User Groups Conference 2023 – recap

We are still filled with excitement, buzzing from the incredible week we recently spent together in the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary.

Over 500 customers, partners, and Software AG experts from all around the world joined us for an unforgettable event.

The week was brimming with valuable insights, expert presentations, and insider product knowledge, covering all 5 User Group tracks: A&N, Alfabet, ARIS, Cumulocity IoT, and webMethods. In addition, the General Session with a keynote from our CPO Stefan Sigg, a panel moderated by our CMO Dawn Colossi with Stefan Sigg, Teresa Letlow and Phil La Fornara and last but not least entertaining parts from our moderator and artist Gary Hirsch left us all inspired and motivated.

Session recordings

We have exciting news for those who were unable to attend the conference or missed out on specific sessions.
The event’s on-demand recordings are now accessible, providing an excellent opportunity to catch up on valuable content.



Registered attendees can conveniently access the recordings here.
Approved sessions will be available until August 31.

Not yet registered? No worries, there’s still a chance to register and gain access to the wealth of knowledge shared during the event.
You can register for the conference here.


To capture the vibrant atmosphere and preserve the memorable moments from the conference, we have also curated a photo library that showcases the highlights of the event.

If you have any questions or inquiries, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at We’re here to help and ensure your post-conference experience is as seamless as possible!

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It was a wonderful IUG. Thanks to you and the team that made it special!

There was also some BotMaking going on! :slight_smile:
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