Rocket President's Advisory Council

Rocket President’s Advisory Council

Rocket is built on the belief that the value we bring to our customers should really matter—and it’s a belief we strive to deliver on every day. We are committed to putting our customers and partners first and building long-lasting relationships based on humanity, empathy, and trust. It’s what we’ve done every day for almost 30 years.

That’s why we created the Rocket President’s Advisory Council (RPAC), a hand-picked group of technology and business leaders that share our values and help shape our product roadmaps and company strategy. The insights and feedback we get from RPAC members help us make better decisions for Rocket on behalf of our customers and partners.

This year, Rocket CEO Andy Youniss will host four RPAC gatherings globally. RPAC members will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with Rocket leaders and other RPAC members, share insights with the Rocket Executive team, and identify business challenges and opportunities.

Why join

  • Connect with global business and techology leaders
  • Influence Rocket R&D roadmaps and investments
  • Get ahead of industry trends
  • Network with industry peers
  • Collaborate with Rocket executives

Who should join

The RPAC is an exclusive group, limited to executives who play a strategic role in their company and are interested in helping shape our future. We target 10–15 participants per meeting, with a maximum of two people per organization. We recruit new members year-round.

How to join

Membership in the RPAC is invitation-only. If you are interested in receiving a formal invitation, please contact us, and we will follow up.

What to expect

RPAC meetings are full-day events, preceded by a reception or special event that reflects the unique character of the host city. All events are fully catered, hosted in premium facilities, and generally conclude by 3:30 PM to facilitate return travel.

While our executives will deliver presentations on technology initiatives to elicit feedback or gauge market interest, our goal is to spend 80% of our time listening and 20% presenting. We hope to serve as facilitators to conversations about what matters most to you.

There is no fee for membership in the RPAC. Where permitted, Rocket will cover hotel and airfare expenses for each member (and a guest) in exchange for your participation and insights. Learn more about these unique events in the RPAC brochure.

What people are saying

"I would not change anything, as the open discussions allowed the conversation to go in directions as required."

- VP of Development - EU

"It is good to see what you're doing and have the opportunity to provide some input."

- Director Mainframe Operations - USA

"The most important thing was learning about the challenges others are facing in their business and how they are addressing them."

- Director of IT - USA

Upcoming RPAC Meetings

The next RPAC meeting will be held in the United States at the Ritz-Carlton Boston in Boston, Massachusetts. The event will open with an evening reception Thursday, May 16, 2019, followed by the working session on Friday, May 17, 2019.

 
 

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