Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Business Imaging Expo Less than Five Weeks Out

The Business Imaging Expo, being put on by 1105 Media, is set for Dec. 10-12 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Vegas. The event is aimed at Office Imaging vendors, dealers, and channel and is expected to draw around 1,500 total attendees, including 75-100 vendor exhibitors.

A pair of executive summits kick things off on Tuesday, Dec. 10: one on MPS, and the other on workflow, which has a focus on ECM and document imaging technologies. Featured speakers include Pam Doyle of Fujitsu, Bruce Orcutt of Kofax, and Ron Glaz of IDC.

“This is a brand new event that is a mix of everything we cover,” said Amy Weiss, editorial director for 1105 Media’s Office Technology Group. Weiss oversees three publications: Recharger Magazine, The Imaging Channel, and Workflow. “We see this event as really representing the future of the office imaging market. The tagline features ‘service, supplies, and solutions’ and we see opportunity where those three areas converge. We hope to provide some cutting edge content and information for attendees looking to address the future of the market."

Early-bird rates are in effect until Nov. 15. You can register online at businessimagingexpo.com/events/bix2013

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really wish I could attend just to visit with the Featured Speakers. All of which are great people!

Amber looking for document scanning said...

This sounds like a great event that should offer a lot of useful information! Digitalizing and managing business data is a great way to reduce business costs!

Sasha said...

Ya it seems to be a great event and next time I need to attend that.  Digital documentation now a days bring a major effect on the business and it it effects companies revenue. It's time to realize the value of digital documentation and events like this make people more aware of this.

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