Moving from Paper to an Electronic Environment -- What Does it Take?
Panel Discussion: Creating a successful strategy for moving from a paper-based to an electronic document environment.
Panelists: Charles Goldstein, Bryan Reynolds, Greg Gies and Allan Schweighardt
Consider how much paper we use daily, how many file cabinets are jammed with invoices, purchase orders, financial records, internal communications and more. The paper amassed while conducting business is daunting.
Even more intimidating is creating and executing a strategy for an electronic environment. Many elements must be considered by the business when embarking on a plan to go paperless.
Join us and learn from experts what it takes to put together a successful strategy for implementing an electronic document initiative!
- How to capture physical and/or electronic documents
- Where and how to store documents
- How to share documents
- How to protect documents
Networking - Before and after the meeting!
Registration & hors d'oeuvres
Networking opportunities 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Presentation 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Dessert: Networking opportunities 8:00 - 8:30 pm
Additonal Panelist Profiles:
Charles Goldstein is Director of Information Technology for IPS Corp. Prior to this, he served as Senior Vice President of Enterprise Content at Citigroup, where he was responsible for developing all content management and workflow solutions for their Financials Services Group.
Bryan Reynolds is co-founder and managing partner of Sitrof Technologies, experts in unstructured data management, data protection, and compliance. Bryan is a frequent speaker on the paperless environment and recently delivered an address at the AIIM International Conference and Expo in Washington, D.C.
Greg Gies is Manager of Global Marketing for Nuance.
Allan Schweighardt is Senior Technology Specialist with Microsoft Corporation in the NY-Metro area where he focuses on Enterprise Content Management and Web 2.0 solutions. He works with clients in the Financial, Insurance, Pharmaceutical, Retail, Transportation and Manufacturing space.