CEOs from Comcast, Kodak and Kinko's Among Speakers at ON DEMAND
Press release from the issuing company
AIIM ON DEMAND 2005 NEWTON, Mass.--Feb. 28, 2005-- AIIM ON DEMAND Features Keynote Speakers from Industry Visionaries of Enterprise Content and Document Management as well as Digital Printing and Automated Production
Advanstar Technology Group today announced the keynote speakers for the AIIM ON DEMAND Conference & Exposition, to be held May 17-19, 2005, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA. Keynote presentations at AIIM ON DEMAND will offer attendees key insights into the future of the rapidly changing industry and innovative ideas for profitable growth. Keynote speakers and topics include:
-- The Future of the On Demand Business
Brian L. Roberts, chairman & CEO, Comcast Corporation
-- The State of the ECM Industry
John Mancini, president, AIIM - the ECM Association
-- The Future of the Document
Gary Kusin, president & CEO, FedEx Kinko's
-- The Transformation of the Print Industry
Charles A. Pesko, Jr., managing director, InfoTrends/CAP Ventures
-- Tradition & Transformation: The Changing World of Graphic
Daniel Carp, chairman & CEO, Eastman Kodak Company
-- Capturing the Upside While Avoiding the Downside
Clayton Christensen, author, Seeing What's Next, professor,
Harvard Business School
AIIM ON DEMAND is North America's largest enterprise IT event, attracting over 20,000 attendees, encompassing both the AIIM and ON DEMAND conferences and expositions. AIIM is the largest enterprise content and document management conference and exposition showcasing the technologies to capture, manage, share, and store documents and digital content to support business processes and comply with governmental regulations. ON DEMAND, the digital printing and automated production event, is the largest conference and exposition dedicated to the technologies that create, personalize, manage, print, and deliver content.
Kerry Gumas, vice president of Advanstar Technology Group commented, "2005 is going to be a pivotal year for our industry. The exponential growth of digital convergence is driving demand for enterprise content, document management, digital printing and automated production solutions."
Gumas continued, "AIIM ON DEMAND will be showcasing the most advanced technologies and solutions available for improving business processes. At the same time, our incredible line-up of visionary keynote speakers will offer attendees a unique opportunity to gain insight into the future of this dynamic industry."
AIIM ON DEMAND will begin the three-day conference and exposition with an opening day keynote presented by Brian L. Roberts, chairman and CEO of Comcast Corporation. Roberts will present his view of The Future of the On Demand Business at 9:00am.
Roberts commented, "We welcome AIIM ON DEMAND, the most important conference and show in the field of enterprise content management, to our hometown of Philadelphia. I look forward to speaking with the attendees about Comcast's own Video On Demand business, giving our customers the TV programming they want, when they want it."
Immediately following Roberts' address, John Mancini, president of AIIM - the ECM Association, will present exclusive new industry data about the state of the ECM industry, critical for executives to know in order to keep up with the rapidly changing business environment.
In the afternoon, Gary Kusin's presentation will also offer key insights into the future of document solutions and developing the business solutions today that will help enterprises grow and prosper in the future.
Later in the day, Charles A. Pesko Jr., managing director of Infotrends/CAP Ventures, will present The Transformation of the Print Industry. In his 1:30pm address, Pesko will share critical industry data and trend predictions. As a founding father of digital printing, Pesko has been on the front lines of the industry for more than two decades.
On Wednesday, May 18th at 9:00am, Daniel Carp will highlight the people and technologies that are transforming the graphic communications industry, from information capture to custom communications. Carp will also discuss the implications of recent changes that shape the industry's future.
In the final keynote address, at 12:30pm Wednesday afternoon, Clayton Christensen will share his knowledge of successfully building innovation-driven growth businesses, with his keynote address, Capturing the Upside While Avoiding the Downside. Through his recent research, Christensen has developed a set of key theories to help guide managers as they seek to answer questions regarding competition, customers, funding and strategy.
Keynote sessions are free to all AIIM ON DEMAND conference and exposition attendees. For additional information on AIIM ON DEMAND, please visit www.aiimondemand.com or call (888) 824-3004 or (218) 723-9130, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. CST, M-F
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