LB Icon (UK) provides independent advice at ECM event

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LB Icon (UK), the No.1 New Media Agency* and the UKs largest consultancy specialising in enterprise and Web-based applications, will be providing independent advice at the Butler Group Enterprise Content Management Symposium (London Heathrow Marriott, March 2 and 3, 2005).

Delegates at the Symposium will be able to benefit from independent, vendor-agnostic advice from LB Icon (UK)s consultants. Butler Group believes that these are still early days for content management and organisations need to understand what the technologies deliver and where they are headed. "Efficiently managing and exploiting information is differentiating the innovators from the also-rans, and ECM tools provide the necessary capabilities to unlock the value of information and utilise it within an organisation's core processes, whilst meeting the demands of regulatory compliance," said Tim Jennings, Research Director, Butler Group.

LB Icon (UK) leads in providing consulting, design and development services to customers seeking enterprise content management (ECM) solutions. Roy Abrams, CEO of LB Icon (UK), said: For over nine years and across more than 300 implementations, we have gained in-depth experience across a diverse range of projects in both public and private sectors. We have evolved a unique and innovative methodology which combines a people-centric approach with extensive information management experience and industry-standard project management capabilities. We have in-depth knowledge of market-leading ECM products, however we are vendor-agnostic and completely independent. We can save delegates time and effort trawling through vendor offerings and give them all the information they need on enterprise content management in one place.

As well as having expert consultants on hand to provide advice in an informal setting, LB Icon (UK) will provide details of its wide range of service offerings, as well as customer successes at organisations such as The Department for Education and Skills, OFSTED, The Metropolitan Police Service, Barclays, Corus, and Volkswagen.

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