Konica Minolta, along with its enterprise content management (ECM) division, Quality Associates, Inc. announced QAI President Scott Swidersky will be a featured speaker at Infosource’s Capture Conference on September 8-9 in Chicago, Illinois.
As a data modernization and M-19-21 compliance expert with more than 20 years of experience in the document/electronic records management field, he will present a session on M-19-21 records management deadlines and the opportunities this federal digitization initiative presents for service bureaus.
The Capture 2021 conference brings together industry experts to discuss the latest trends in the market and share their insights on what capture software and hardware providers must do to deliver the right customer experience and explore where they can add the greatest value.
This year’s event focuses on how capture and digitization are helping drive a business revolution because of the COVID impact on business workflows and client/employee interactions. Among other things, the pandemic has turbo-charged the move to digitization with greater security safeguards and a corresponding reduction in paper-based processes.
“As a long-time Infosource partner, we look forward to exchanging ideas and discussing digital advancements in the federal government marketplace,” said Scott Swidersky, QAI president and ECM vice president, Konica Minolta. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) M-19-21 deadlines for transitioning the federal government to electronic records were first raised at the 2019 Capture conference. Developments since then raise a number of challenges — and opportunities — for Service Bureaus and capture vendors.”
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