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Document Management and Frizzled Beef

Doc gets as trade-show weary as the next guy, but I'm always looking for an excuse to devour a good Philly cheesesteak, so I'm packing my bag and heading to the City of Brotherly Love. This April 20-22 is the annual Aiim and OnDemand Conference and Expo, two events that tug at the heartstrings of document geeks like me.
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Doc gets as trade show weary as the next guy, but I'm always looking for an excuse to devour a good Philly cheesesteak, so I'm packing my bag and heading to the City of Brotherly Love. This April 20-22 is the annual Aiim and OnDemand Conference and Expo, two events that tug at the heartstrings of document geeks like me.

Aiim, the Association for Information and Image Management, has its roots back in the good old days of microfilm. Let’s not forget that for as long as we’ve had documents, we’ve had a pressing need to manage them, one way or another. I’m picturing an information management system made of stone tablets and a couple of chisels.

Of course, now Aiim is all about super sophisticated document management using enterprise-level tools and services. I guarantee you’ll not only get your fill of cheesesteak, but acronyms like BPM, SaaS, and ECM. And under the same roof you’ll find the On Demand Conference and Expo, with everything you need to produce the actual printed page. I love the smell of toner in the morning, so I always arrive early!

For more information on the Aiim Conference, click here. For more information on the On Demand event, click here.  And for more information on the Philly cheesesteak, click here.  

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