Getting Office Optimisation Right For Your Organisation

Business Process, Information Flows, Security and Efficiency:

Saving costs and increasing efficiency is a primary factor for many organisations throughout 2013. With large scale investments in cloud and virtualisation technologies currently being investigated, yet these same organisations give little to no thought about document processing technology, an area where substantial savings can be made. Watch this on-demand webinar that explores;

  • The role paper plays in your workplaces
  • Choosing the right device for every application
  • The hidden costs of processing documents – how much are they hurting your business?
  • How to redefine and leverage document

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Panelists

  • Mike Simons Mike Simons
    Editor-in-chief
    ComputerworldUK
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    Mike Simons

    Mike Simons

    Editor-in-chief, ComputerworldUK

    Mike is the Editor-in-chief of ComputerworldUK, joining IDG from Reed in 2006, where he worked on Computer Weekly and Computerweekly.com since 1999. He was editor at the launch of ComputerWeekly.com in 2001 and news editor of a combined Computer Weekly and ComputerWeekly.com operation from 2003. Mike helped Computer Weekly secure the Periodical Publishers Association awards as either “magazine of the year” or “campaigning magazine of the year” for four years out of five. Mike joined IDG as launch editor of ComputerworldUK and has recently also taken over responsibility as editor if sister site Techworld. Mike also sits on the SAP Global Quality Awards judging panel.

  • Kevin Corne
    Lexmark Global Services Director
    Lexmark UK and Ireland
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    Kevin Corne

    Lexmark Global Services Director, Lexmark UK and Ireland

    Kevin Corne is a transformational business leader with experience in Enterprise Sales, Managed Services, Professional Services and Operations. He is primarily responsible for the revenue growth in the Enterprise business with its Managed Service and Solutions offerings. Corne also has overall responsibility for the entire Services and Solution Operational teams.

    Corne joined Lexmark in 1998 and has held various Director positions in Services, Operations and Sales. Since leading the Lexmark Global Service organisation, Corne has driven industry leading growth year on year, while improving customer satisfaction with unprecedented customer retention rates.

  • Dale Vile
    Analyst
    Freeform Dynamics
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    Dale Vile

    Analyst, Freeform Dynamics

    Dale is a co-founder of the business, who today looks after Freeform Dynamics’ core primary research programme. This tracks IT-related buying behaviour and the impact of technology investments among mainstream enterprises, SMBs and public sector organisations. Dale has been involved specifically in end user computing and access over the past few years and has looked in depth at emerging trends such as consumerisation and BYOD in this context.

    In addition to his comprehensive insight into how the IT industry hangs together overall, Dale has a strong and practical understanding of IT sales and procurement from both sides of the fence. During his 25 year career, he has worked in enterprise IT delivery with companies such as Heineken and Glaxo, and has held sales, channel management and international market development roles within major IT vendors such as SAP, Oracle, Sybase and Nortel Networks. He even spent a couple of years managing an IT reseller business for Admiral Software.

    Dale has been involved in IT industry research since the year 2000 and has a strong reputation for original thinking and alternative perspectives on the latest technology trends and developments. He is a widely published author of books, reports and articles, and is an authoritative and provocative speaker.


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