The listener will receive information relating the different points to consider in relation to the introduction of an email management solution. “In a panel discussion on March 3 dedicated to Dr. Werner Broermann (Zoller & partner and head of the VOI competence center output management) on output management hub of communication”. With Thomas Fetsch (Oce Germany GmbH), Heinz Flickschuh (ISIS Papyrus), Klaus Ganther (Kuhn & weyh Software GmbH), he wants to trade up Johannes Hesel (SEAL systems AG) and Martin Kellner (AKI GmbH) about, the role of output management for communication between sender and receiver. It is about whether communication is a matter of engineering-producing them or processes, which are the consequences for output management in the future and whether and how the provider on the trends are prepared. On March 4, Bernhard Zoller the theme of sense and nonsense attacks of standards and norms in the ECM-Umfed”on. While he gets Support by Dr. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Hummer Winblad. Martin Bartonitz (SAPERION AG), Olaf Drummer (callas software GmbH), Dr.
Klaus-Peter Elpel (Consultec Dr. Ernst GmbH), Rainer Hehmann (d.velop AG) and Walter Kohler (open text document technologies GmbH). Bernhard Zoller asks, for example, when specifications may be referred to as standards and norms. It concerns the so-called standards DMA, ODMA, WfMC, and the specifications JSR 170 and CMIS. The distribution of PDF/A in March 2011, six years after adoption as an ISO standard will be discussed as well as the importance of moreQ.
“There is the point on the Internet at learn more about the ECM Forum program VOI-Forum”. The VOI – Association organisational and information systems e. V.: The VOI Association organisational and information systems e. V. with headquarters in Bonn represents the vast majority of providers for ECM Enterprise content – and DMS document management systems in Germany. He illustrates with the positioning as independent organization of future – and fast-growing industry VOI the growing economic importance of its member companies and their technological competence.