WorkflowOne Executives to Address Technology and Marketing Challenges Facing the Industry at On Demand
Press release from the issuing company
As one of North America's leading providers of document and business communication services, WorkflowOne executives Ian O'Brien, John Specht and Brian Montgomery will each address some of the top technology and marketing issues facing the industry today at AIIM/On Demand 2006, May 15 through 18, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With participation in the following conference sessions and panel discussions, the company's executives will share knowledge that has made WorkflowOne one of the industry's most successful providers. Topics include:
Selecting the Right Tools: From Software to Workflow and Equipment, May 16, from 2:00-3:00 PM. Attendees will hear an objective review of the software, workflow and equipment necessary to address the varying 1:1 opportunities. Key points to be covered include a review of variable data tools; mailing and data tools necessary for success; advice on best practices in workflow from our detailed analysis of the market; information on how to chose the right printing and finishing equipment; and what do the standards mean and how they impact your business. Ian O'Brien, vice president and CIO
Differentiating Yourself from the Competition: Moving Beyond Better, Faster, Cheaper, May 17, from 2:00-3:00 PM. Hear leading service providers advise on the following differentiating factors: expertise with specific print applications and document services, focus on particular vertical markets, as well as characteristics beyond better, faster, and cheaper.
John Specht, senior product manager for digital print
The Enterprise Print Management Opportunity, May 17, from 4:30-5:30 PM. Large enterprise-printing customers require a broad range of products and services from their print service providers. Some of these services include online access for job ordering and tracking, monitoring account activities, billing information, inventory status, digital asset management and database management. Attendees will learn about the tools, services and access that print management companies provide to their enterprise print customers. Brian Montgomery, director of products and services
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