Our next AIIM meeting is planned for October. Details follow:

Rocky Mountain AIIM Lunch Seminar
Denver, Colorado – Thursday October 4, 2007

Tim Johnson, Director
Gardner Group

About the Presentation

Document management and Collaboration are in the top 10 of the CIO’s investment agenda. The marketplace is shifting from best of breed application vendors to basic content services infrastructure vendors. Find out about the content management topics that are emerging versus those in full productivity. Review the topics that will become important to our careers in managing the future content services.

About the Speaker

Tim Johnson, as a Director at Gartner Consulting, has 25 years of experience in IT and focuses on enterprise content management, IT strategy, application portfolio analysis, and vendor selection at Gartner. Mr. Johnson has a variety of industry vertical experience including: insurance, government, financial services, healthcare, and construction engineering. Mr. Johnson is a member of the Gartner Content Management research community. He joined Gartner in 2000.

About the 2007-2008 Seminar Series

In dozens of informal conversations with participants of prior AIIM seminars, we have heard many organizations, public and private, are considering either beginning an ECM effort from scratch or refreshing the technology for an effort already underway. A common question in these conversations is: “we’re not going to build this ourselves, so how do we do a good job of managing the acquisition and implementation of something this complex?”

Your local AIIM Chapter board has put together a series of seminars to address just this set of topics, from the initial RFP issuance, through award and implementation. This process includes a Technology Trends seminar by Gartner Group to let RFP teams know what is in the market today and what to expect in the near future.

The implementation phase includes policy topics, such as record retention and taxonomy, as well as technology topics on what to look for in archive-quality media, and the all-important change management phase, or bringing staff and customers alike safely and effectively into the brave new world you are creating.

All of the sessions are run by practicing professionals who are and have been deep in the middle of each of the topics presented. No theory here; just practical experience.

Directions to the Sheraton 4 Points Hotel at I-25 and Hampden

From Downtown or the Tech Center, take Exit 201 onto Hampden..
Head EAST on Hampden less than a ¼ mile, then turn NORTH onto Locust.
The Sheraton 4 Points is on your immediate left.

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Registration

Registration begins at 11:30AM, with the presentation scheduled for 12 noon.

Cost

AIIM non-Members: $30 (Click HERE for PayPal)
AIIM-Members: $20 (Click HERE for PayPal)

(Note that it is now VERY easy to pre-pay using your credit card at our
PayPal Site – See the section ‘Don’t have a PayPal account?’)
(checks and cash accepted at the door)

A buffet lunch will be served
Seating is limited, so please email me for reservations

About 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 (Electronic Content Management) industry – including users, suppliers, and the channel – acts as the industry’s intermediary.

The calendar for this and all other Rocky Mountain AIIM meetings can be found on the chapter website.

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