Xplor 2004 TORRANCE, Calif.--Feb. 26, 2004-- Xplor Celebrates 25 Years as Pre-eminent Event for Education and Business Solutions for Document Professionals
Xplor 2004: The Information Document Solutions Exchange has opened its call for presentations, accepting proposals for speaker submissions at its 25th annual global conference & exhibit to be held in Dallas, Texas, USA October 24-28, 2004.
With more than 200 sessions, forums, roundtable discussions, workshops and hands-on labs planned, Xplor 2004 provides the information relevant to the business challenges faced in the document industry today. For more information on submission proposals, log onto the new Xplor 2004 web site: www.xplor2004.com.
Xplor 2004 promotes networking, with expanded forums both in conference sessions and on the exhibit floor. This year, Xplor has scheduled motivational speaker Joel Zeff to headline and kick-off the event. Additionally, the schedule includes insight from leading analyst groups and editors, tours of Dallas-based organizations and business forums directed at specific vertical markets.
"Xplor is taking the lead, understanding the changing dynamics in business and in the industry as a whole," said Skip Henk, EDP, Chairman, Xplor International. "We're expanding the scope of the document to provide education and forums that include the full array of issues and challenges that face organizations and individuals every day."
Among the topics to be included in this year's event are: business process management, document and content management, CRM, 1:1 marketing, storage, retrieval, office printing, security printing, archiving and imaging, and transactional printing and publishing. Additionally, vertical applications that are most essential to today's businesses will also be addressed, including insurance, government, financial services or healthcare, among others.
At Xplor 2004, attendees can expect to have hands-on experiences with exhibitors' latest products, talk about the newest services to ensure your business reaps effective -- and efficient -- ROI, and gain knowledge from industry experts to help you make the most informed purchasing decisions. Exhibit-floor educational sessions will remain top of mind and a powerful force for all attendees to learn, network and strategize for the year ahead.
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