SOTI SYNC 23 Landing in Munich, Germany

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“Wir sind zurück!” That’s "we’re back" in German.

After four years, our largest partner and user conference is back and promises to be better than ever! This year, IT professionals from around the globe will gather in Munich, Germany, from September 26 to 28, 2023. SOTI SYNC is the place to accelerate business and network with leaders in mobile technology from around the world.

What’s on Deck for This Year?

Hands-on Technical Training and Certification

Conference delegates will have the ability to select specific sessions catered to their individual knowledge and skill sets, learn from SOTI subject matter experts and get certified by SOTI professionals.

Exhibit Hall

The Exhibit Hall will host one-on-one live demonstrations of the latest technology from the world's leading mobile technology companies. Conference attendees will be able to test drive the latest hardware and software to see how it will transform their business.

Industry experts will be available to answer specific questions and address individual business pain points.


Network. Network. Network!

Our global customer and partner network consists of leaders across all industries, including manufacturing, transportation and logistics, healthcare, retail and field services. SOTI SYNC is the place to discuss best practices with peers in a fun and relaxed environment. Conference attendees will leave with valuable insights into solving their specific business challenges.

Prost! SOTI’s Bavarian Fun Night

There’s no better way to kick off this conference and visit to Germany than with a Bavarian Fun Night. Well, there’s one way… host the fun night at one of the oldest breweries in the world, Löwenbräukeller Beer Hall, during Oktoberfest!

Löwenbräukeller Beer Hall is an Oktoberfest must-see attraction. It’s an authentic and historic German Beer Hall, that dates back to 1861. The hall was heavily damaged during an air strike during World War II. It was finally reconstructed and re-opened in 1955. Their motto: “Nothing is impossible – anything can be done.” But what IS impossible is getting into the brewery as it’s sold out due to Oktoberfest. Have no fear… SOTI is your way into this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Accommodations – The Westin Grand Munich Hotel

This year SOTI SYNC will be hosted at the exclusive Westin Grand Munich in Arabellapark, a five-star conference hotel minutes from the heart of Munich, boasting first-class accommodations, conference facilities, spa, pool and fine dining. The Westin Grand Munich Hotel is located around the corner from the English Garden, one of the largest inner-city parks in the world, and the city center of Munich can be reached by direct transport connection in only a few minutes by local subway.

What Else is a Must See in Germany?

Munich is Germany’s third largest city with over 1.4 million people. Munich’s late September/early October temperature averages around 10°C (51°F). It’s perfect fall weather for getting out and exploring everything this historic city has to offer.


Noch ein Bier bitte. It’s the 188th edition of the world’s largest beer festival, but Oktoberfest is about more than beer; it’s a celebration of Bavarian culture. Check out the marksmanship of skilled German crossbow shooters. Listen to old-fashioned folk music. Take a bite of traditional German dishes like ochsenbraterei (roasted ox) or steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), or wet your whistle in one of the 30+ beer tents you’ll find across the fairgrounds.

Fun Fact: Approximately 6.9 million liters (1.8 million gallons) of beer is served at Oktoberfest.

Castle Neuschwanstein

Neuschwanstein is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Part theatre, part fairytale, Neuschwanstein Castle embodies the soul of King Ludwig II of Bavaria, popularly known as 'mad King Ludwig'. Neuschwanstein was designed to be a hideaway for this reclusive king, as well as a palace evoking Medieval myth and fantasy. The castle was built by King Ludwig II intended as a private residence, until he died in 1886. It was opened to the public shortly after his death.

Fun Fact: Neuschwanstein welcomes almost 1.5 million visitors per year.

Nymphenburg Palace

Located in the west of the city, Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg) and its extensive park are one of Munich's top sights. Royal splendor, lavishly decorated interior and romantic little castles in the park will make your visit worthwhile.

Fun Fact: The main building alone hosts more than 300,000 visitors per year.

Deutsches Museum

The Deutsches Museum is the world’s largest museum of science and technology with approximately 28,000 objects. You’ll see the first motorized aircraft from the Wright Brothers, the original Diesel engine, historic musical instruments, a planetarium and even a full-sized Faraday cage. Unfortunately, you won’t see any dinosaurs here.

Fun Fact: The Who, Elton John, and Jimi Hendrix have all performed at the Deutsches Museum.

Visit for more things to do in Munich and full conference details. Early bird pricing ends April 30, 2023.

Register here to get your conference passes.


See you in Munich!