Updates on the Fujitsu Information Capture Conference released

This year‘s Fujitsu Information Capture Conference (ICC) aims to highlight the benefits of digital workflow processes across all business verticals. The conference theme “Digital Transformation – Managing Documents in the Digital Age” delves into the impact of digitisation on the document management industry. In light of the rapid changes, how can businesses use this trend to grow and overcome challenges faced by digital transformation?

With insider keynote speeches, engaging breakout sessions and panel discussions, ICC will provide valuable insights into the industry’s latest technologies as well as a platform for networking with peers across EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). Highlights of this year’s agenda include:

  • Robert Young, Senior Manager Business Management of PFU (EMEA) uncovering the mega trends facing the tech industry
  • Jo Caudron, founder of Duval Union Consulting, deep diving into the world of digital transformation
  • John Mancini, President and CEO of AIIM exploring why old strategies don’t seem to work anymore
  • Michael Ziegler, Founder and CEO of DocVille, taking you on a journey into how the information management industry is moving into a new era of digital transformation

Be sure to check out our partner exhibitors ABBYY, 4Cheque, Document Logistix, Dokmee, ELO Digital Office, EMC, Fujitsu, Kofax, Meniko, MicroBizMatters, Nuance, Quantyca, Silex Technology too, so you can learn about the latest industry trends and solutions from these leading industry experts.

The ICC will take place at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London on Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th September 2016. This year for the first time the conference will be open to end user delegates on the second day. For registration and more information on the full agenda, visit the ICC website.

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