It was so successful in the United States and Canada, that we’re taking it on the road again… this time to my part of the world: London, England.
Adlib will be exhibiting at Booth 337 at Microsoft Tech-Ed 2011
May 16 – 19 in Atlanta, GA. The event provides developers and IT professionals the most comprehensive technical education across Microsoft’s current and soon-to-be-released suite of products, solutions and services.
Good news for ENOVIA users: Adlib and our partner, Dassault Systemes
, are happy to announce that Adlib’s automated content transformation platform is now available within ENOVIA V6.
The geeks in the back office have to start dressing better; they’re no longer hiding in the basement behind locked doors. The C-level execs are starting to watch.
I’m blogging from the show floor of DIA EDM 2011 - the Electronic Document Management event held by the Drug Information Association
- in windy and cool (but snow-less) National Harbor, Maryland. Held in the glamorous Gaylord National Convention Centre
(right) just outside of Washington, DC, the event kicked off today with a full contingent of vendors – many of the same faces along with some new ones such as Veeva Systems
(cloud-based business solutions for life sciences).
Depending on your industry, companies adopt popular document formats such as letter, legal, A4 and A5, and popular orientations such as landscape and portrait. Given all the format sizes and orientation possibilities, it can be challenging for companies to apply stamping (headers, footers, watermarks) to documents that have multiple page sizes and orientations. Adlib makes it easy by performing all of the measurements and calculations automatically.
Greetings from SPTechCon in San Francisco, where about 1,000 employees of financial services companies, universities, oil and gas companies, and federal government agencies, and more are mingling around vendors’ booths to learn more about.. what else?… SharePoint.
Yesterday’s SharePoint 2010 Solutions roadshow at the Microsoft office in Bellevue, WA was a full house (see here, with me at the podium). About 80 attendees represented a wide variety of industries – from wireless providers like TMobile, to health services organizations such as Peace Health, educational institutions like Seattle University, federal government entities including the FAA, and large manufacturers Boeing and Paccar.