The Organization for Forms and Business Process Professionals
May 16 - 19, 2011
The Tremont Plaza
222 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202 United States
Although ice and snow covers much of the U.S. right now, believe it or not, the start of Symposium in balmy Baltimore is only about 3 months away! If you have not registered yet, take a look at the track descriptions, link to the session descriptions on the website and register!
The sessions are divided into four tracks: Form Management, Design/Development, Technology, and Process/Workflow. There will also be a special Government track this year, due to the conference's proximity to Washington DC. Over the next few weeks, each track will be explained in more detail, complete with a list of sessions. Visit the website for more info.
Forms Management (FM): Forms management principles involve work skills consisting of cost benefit analysis, consultation, project management, and environmental and safety awareness. Forms administration involve version control, identification systems, filing systems, software distribution, warehousing, standards, tracking, operating procedures, obsolescence, forms libraries, business continuity, procurement, and inventory management.
Design/Development (DD): Design and development principles include graphics, use of color, typography, plain language, graphical user interface, techniques. Including general layout principles for paper and electronic form design including manufacturing considerations, printing specifications, interface design, field formatting, masks, data validation, and development specifications.
Technology (TE): Technology principles include electronic technologies involving digital demand imaging, recognition systems, post processing, data merge printing and production principles. This also includes systems architecture involving hardware, operating system, networks, communication systems, and applications software.
Process/Workflow (PW): Process and workflow consists of assessment of objectives and project scope, fact finding, data organization, analysis, solution development, recommendations, implementation, and follow-up and evaluation.
Government (GV): Sessions presented by the US Department of State's forms professionals.
Make sure you register soon to get the best price possible!
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