“Conferences can be overwhelming: they’re loud, bright, full of new faces and punctuated by advertisers jostling for your attention. Without a clear plan of action, professionals risk wasting an invaluable opportunity to learn and develop”Charlotte Woffindin, Senior Product Manager, Amazon UK
Many conference goers suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out). They pack their day full of sessions only to find themselves overloaded with information and turning into a conference zombie. Pick your “A” sessions first and then talk to others about which ones they are attending and why?
Seek out sessions that offer something that can only be found at the conference, ignore sessions where you could find out the same information through other sources.
“If the conference you’re at has multiple sessions to choose from in one time block, I recommend going to see a session on a topic that interests you but you don’t know much about. I’ve seen many people get scared and just attend a session with familiar speakers or content, but at the end of the day, you’ve invested time and money to be at this conference, so you should be trying to expand your horizons.”Lily Herman – writer, editor, digital strategist
This year’s AIIM conference is no different. With over 150 sessions to choose from, you can customize your #AIIM20 agenda to meet your business needs. Talented thought leaders from a variety of industries and organizations are excited to teach you everything they know in rousing keynote presentations, and intimate roundtables.
The following are some suggested sessions for records managers and decision makers alike that covers current trends matched with real case studies. You can book these sessions on the AIIM Events App which is available on Google Play and the Apple App Store
March 2nd: 9-5 pm (Cumberland Room I)
The Essentials of RPA PreConference Workshop
Kashyap Kompella – CEO – rpa2ai
Alan Pelz-Sharpe – Founder at Deep Analysis
This workshop on RPA(Robotic Process Automation), one of the hottest trends in technology, will show you what it can really do.
March 3rd: 3:45-4:30 pm (Breakout Theatre 3, Cumberland Room)
Preparing for the Future of Content Services: 6 Steps to Success
Fred Sass – Senior Director of Product Marketing for Content Services – OpenText
Learn how content services can help organizations deal with the volume, velocity and of variety of information which now exceeds their ability to even marginally keep pace with big content challenges.
March 4th: 12:10-12:55 pm (Breakout Theatre 1, Cumberland Room)
Dealing with the Devil in the Details of Privacy Policies
John Isaza – American Bar Association’s Consumer Privacy and Data Analytics Subcommittee
Priya Keshav – Founder and CEO Meru Data LLC
Understand the current state and course of privacy law in the U.S. and elsewhere. Hear from a panel of experts that will address a variety of factors and challenges.
March 4th: 2:00-2:45 pm (Roundtable B, Cumberland Room)
Applying Structure to Unstructured Content
Jason Cassidy – CEO – Shinydocs Corporation
David McDermott – CEO- RM Consulting LLC – Past President of ARMA
The growing information chaos is a problem beyond the human scale that absolutely requires machine intervention. Learn how some of the world’s largest and highly regulated organizations have implemented AI and machine learning to automate processes as well as the classification and tagging of unstructured data.
March 4th: 4:35-4:55 pm (Solutions Showcase Theatre)
Revolutionize your Information Governance with Intelligent Automation
Steve Rutkowski – Sales Solution Engineer Hyland Software
Learn why now is the time to act on the rash of new and upcoming compliance regulations. Discover how robust automation helps manage critical retention, reduce risk and improve compliance