DocuWare Becomes an AIIM Advisory Trade Member

DocuWare will contribute to the long-term direction and growth of the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) industry and the AIIM Association as a member of the AIIM Advisory Trade Board. The advisory board is comprised of industry leaders that meet to discuss and promote current and future ECM technologies, applications and partnerships that bring end-users dependable, profitable solutions designed to capture, manage, store and deliver content and documents related to business processes. The board offers valuable input to the AIIM organization as to how to help grow the market via networking, education and industry advocacy.

As an Advisory Trade Board Member, DocuWare will participate in executive summits with other industry leaders to create programs and standards that encourage the implementation of ECM technologies. DocuWare is part of a growing number of companies involved in raising the visibility of the AIIM organization as the leading ECM organization.

Education is one of the keys to growth in our industry. With thousands of DocuWare installations around the world, we can contribute significant knowledge and experience to this topic, said Greg Schloemer, President of DocuWare Corporation.

We are proud to be an AIIM Advisory Trade Member. Interacting with other ECM industry leaders puts us in a unique position to glean valuable information regarding market trends and needs while at the same time, allows us to contribute to the success of the industry by providing a forum where we can share our experiences regarding Integrated Document Management solutions for the mid-size market, said Schloemer.

John Mancini, President of AIIM stated that with DocuWares worldwide installed base they bring significant experience and knowledge to the Advisory Board regarding the mid-size market.

AIIM is particularly pleased to have DocuWare as an Advisory Trade Member. We believe a great deal of knowledge can be gained from this relationship, said Mancini.

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