Highlights of the Fujitsu Information Capture Conference 2016

This year’s Fujitsu Information Capture Conference took place in London from September 12-13 and was yet again a huge success! Over 400 industry experts and end users from Europe, the Middle East and Africa attended the conference themed “Digital Transformation – Managing Documents in the Digital Age”. Distributors, independent software vendors (ISV), resellers and manufacturers shared the latest technology trends in the digital information capture industry and provided valuable insights into market opportunities in the face of the rapidly evolving digital landscape. Representatives from a wide range of professions such as health, legal, education and finance highlighted the benefits of the digital transformation process for users in their respective vertical industries. Twelve channel partners were awarded with special prizes for exceptional performance in several categories.

The following partners showcased their solutions in the exhibition area: Abbyy, Document Logistix, Dokmee (Office Gemini), ELO Digital Office, Dell EMC (supported by Aerow), Emmedi, Fujitsu, Kofax, Meniko Records Management Services, Nuance Communications, Quantyca Software Solutions and Silex Technology.

In the Fujitsu Solution Villages, visitors had the chance to explore the latest technologies and at the same time learn from leading industry experts. Another highlight of the conference included a keynote speech from Robert Young, Senior Manager Business Management of PFU (EMEA) Ltd., discussing how mega trends influence the way we perform information capture. Keynotes from internet pioneer Jo Caudron on digital transformation and John Mancini from AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) on new document management strategies constituted additional highpoints of the event. During panel discussions, experts from across the information management industry reflected on the impact of the next stages of digital transformation.

PFU is proud to announce that a total of 5,000 Euros was donated to Childnet, a UK-based organisation working towards making the internet a safer place for children. In addition to this donation PFU will continue to share their mission and is looking forward to supporting the Childnet activity Safer Internet Day 2017.

If you’ve missed this year’s conference or would like to see some impressions, have a look at this video: http://bit.ly/2d0rnpI

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