DocuWare Corporation to Exhibit at ITEX 200829 Jan, 2008
DocuWare Corporation to Exhibit at ITEX 2008
Newburgh, NY – DocuWare Corporation, a leader in integrated document management, will exhibit during the ITEX 2008 show on February 21-22 in Las Vegas. The newest version of the company’s document management software suite, DocuWare 5.1a will be shown for the first time. DocuWare's booth will be featured as a “Technology Hotspot” on the "Technology Tour."
At the ITEX 2008 show DocuWare 5.1a will be presented to the industry at booth #717. DocuWare’s booth will be featured as a “Technology Hotspot,” as well as a stop on the “Technology Tour,” both of which are designed to drive groups of event attendees to vendors’ booths. They are part of an elite group of vendors whose technology/internet-based products will give attendees the resources to increase profits, continue to grow core business and branch out vertically into new markets.
"DocuWare is looking forward to being a part of this exciting event. We see this as a ‘must do’ to maximize our marketing activities. ITEX has proven itself as an event that is crucial for us to reach the key players in the MFP channel," said Greg Schloemer, DocuWare Corporation President.
In addition to exhibiting, DocuWare will also host an Owner’s Meeting. Business owners will have the opportunity to learn how DocuWare can help them transition from selling hardware to selling solutions by hearing about DocuWare’s go-to-market strategy, proven business model, structured tools, even to the point of comp models and profiles of responsibilities.
Thomas Schneck, VP of DocuWare, will be speaking during the “Doc Management: Capture & Workflow” track, one of the Power Hour Sessions on Friday, February 22. The session will address a 90 day plan to ramp up an organization’s ability to transition its business from a box orientation to a solutions one in a highly successful manner. Attendees will hear from a DM ISV whose demonstrated formula for copier dealerships makes this critical business transition.