IBM Content 2014 Event Series: Last stop, Austin!

By Raymond Sabharwal | May 22, 2014

Join us in Austin for the IBM Content 2014 Event Series.

Our team had a successful session in Long Beach last week, and we’ve got another one coming up next week in Toronto. It has been a very positive experience so far. To continue the momentum, our next, and last, stop in the IBM Content 2014 Event Series is in Austin on June 3rd!

Information. Insights. Results. That’s the theme of this year’s conference. We’ll be touching on how organizations can leverage the piles of content and data their organizations create through multiple channels like emails, fax, paper, etc. Some of the items that Rupin Mago, the Content Rendition Strategist at Adlib, will be presenting are:

  1. Dark Data: How to leverage hidden and unsearchable content through Optical Character Recognition, ingestion and capture.
  2. Case Management: How converting diverse file formats into a standard format can improve this process.
  3. Archiving: How to archive emails or other content, and why PDF/A is the go-to format for archiving all documents.

If you missed the event at Long Beach, and won’t be able to make it to Toronto, sign up for the event in Austin and you’ll get a chance to interact with Rupin. This is a no cost event, and you get to enter in a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab.

The IBM Content 2014 Event Series provides an excellent opportunity to learn how to deliver content in context, derive valuable insights from it, and generate the desired results. You can learn more about the IBM Content 2014 Event Series in this post.

Register now to reserve your spot for the Austin stop.

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