Tuesday, September 06, 2005

eSeminar featuring DHL: Imaging and Business Process Management

Steve Kissinger, Trades Payable Manager at DHL, is featured in an online demonstration.

DHL, the global market leader of the international express and logistics industry, utilizes Stellent Imaging and Business Process Management (BPM) to capture, store, manage and automate its accounts payable documents and processes. In this eSeminar, hear how DHL has integrated its Stellent Imaging and BPM system with its SAP Financials enterprise resource planning (ERP) application to enable streamlined data entry, automated approval and coding processes, and quicker access to documents by employees in departments including Treasury, Travel, Claims, Collections, Human Resources and Fleet.

Learn how Stellent Imaging and BPM has enabled DHL to achieve the following business benefits:
  • Reduce document retrieval time from 10 minutes to mere seconds
  • Simplify internal auditing processes, resulting in discovery and correction of nearly $1 million in erroneous payments annually
  • Decrease labor costs by 20%
  • Eliminated lost invoices, incorrect P.O. numbers, invoice coding mistakes and unclear chains of invoice approval

When: Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 12 pm EST

How: Register Here

This eSeminar is obviously sponsored by Sellant. If I decide to catch the eSeminar during my lunch hour, I will let everyone know a summary and my thoughts of it.

Thursday, September 01, 2005

CALL FOR SPEAKERS - AIIM 2006 Conference

What is AIIM:

For over 60 years, AIIM (The Association for Information and Image Management) has been the leading international organization focused on helping users to understand the challenges associated with managing documents, content, and business processes. AIIM is international in scope, independent, implementation-focused, and, as the representative of the entire ECM industry - including users, suppliers, and the channel - acts as the industry's intermediary.

AIIM is having its annual conference and is looking for speakers.

AIIM is looking for:
  • an end-user
  • an industry expert
  • a consultant
  • an analyst
  • or a solution provider - must present with a client
  • (or any combination of the above), they are interested in reviewing your submission
Conference sessions will be divided into five themes:
  • Content Management Architecture, Infrastructure, and Applications
  • Data, Image, and Content Capture: The On-Ramp to an ECM Solution
  • Centralizing Your Assets: Store, Retrieve, and Preserve
  • Communicate, Collaborate, and Manage - "Can You Hear Me Now?"
  • Making the Invisible Visible: Measure, Monitor, and Analyze
URL: http://www.aiim.org/callforspeakers2006

For your submission to be considered, it MUST be received by September 19, 2005. Should you have any questions regarding the Conference or the submission form, you can contact Stacey Kocan-McCormick at
smccormick@aiim.org or 301-755-2686. (Toll Free: 800-477-2446.)

Conference info:

When: MAY 16-18, 2006
Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA