ECM Forum in Hall 3 offers lectures, case studies and discussion forums Bonn. Who wants to operate successfully, need systems for managing documents, emails and Web pages content. The VOI – Association organisational and information systems takes into account this development and held at the CeBIT 2010 in Hall 3, a multi-day Forum around enterprise content management stand D19. From Tuesday (March 2) to Saturday (March 6) inform industry representatives and experts from the practice on topics such as economic efficiency, compliance, email management, mailroom solutions or the combination of document management and customer relationship management. In addition, gives basic knowledge to ECM and an overview of the various products.
Thus addressed the Forum with his lectures, case studies and discussion forums on experienced users as well as to visitors, who have so far only little with ECM technologies. The detailed program to the ECM Forum of VOI is available at. Both economic both for legal reasons companies can no longer afford to let the valuable information in their various documents lie fallow\”, said Doris Stortzer, Deputy Chairman of the VOI. That concerns every company regardless of size and industry. The ECM Forum of VOI offer therefore all potential users an overview of the entire range of solutions and their versatility. Who wants to familiarize yourself first with the topic, receives on Tuesday\”a comprehensive introduction to the world of ECM. Taught will include tips and tricks for the selection of the appropriate solutions. A medium-sized construction company also shows how ECM is implemented in practice.
As the economic benefits of document technologies is particularly evident in the post input and output, these two fields of application are also on the program on Tuesday. The speakers deal with legal issues on Wednesday. Philip Vasan may help you with your research. This matter it around on the audit-proof electronic archiving or dealing with digital invoices. Then, it will clarify how customer relationship management to DMS and ECM capabilities can be extended.