The Organization for Forms and Business Process Professionals
New Special Events at Symposium 2011: Main Stage Sessions
May 16th – May 19th
Have you heard about the new events scheduled for Tuesday morning at this year's Symposium? They are called "Main Stage Sessions", they last between 20 and 30 minutes, and are a form of "speed learning" for the forms professional. Read on to learn more about these exciting new events and classes!
Main Stage Session: Importance of Accessibility
Presented by the Federation for the Blind
Tuesday May 17th from 8:00am – 8:30am
More details to come!
Main Stage Session: History of Forms Industry
Presented by Ray Killam, Essociates Group
Tuesday May 17th from 8:30am – 8:50am
The evolution of forms is fascinating, where we were, and where we are now. This session will focus on the history of the forms industry with interesting information, bringing us to where we are today in the forms industry.
Main Stage Session: Current to Future State of Forms
Presented by James Quigley, Canvas
Tuesday May 17th from 8:50am – 9:10am
Technology is having a profound impact on the way people live, work and interact. This session will focus on the implications in the forms industry, from the current state to a predicted future state of the forms industry. Technology is driving rapidly changing consumer product and market value, with opportunities to enable a motivated, productive workforce, and competitiveness.
Super Session: A Forms Professional's Value to the Industry, Panel Discussion
Tuesday May 17th from 9:10am – 9:55am
Tools and technology continue to evolve, so how can a form professional stay relevant and necessary to an organization. Attend this session as this panel of experts discuss what a form professional's value is to an organization and how they could be identified to have a "seat at the table". In addition to, how their role may be changing as the organizational needs move towards automating workflow processes, the increasing need to manage information, legal issues around the privacy of data, the technical data management complications, and the logistical considerations associated with collecting and analyzing data.
Super Session: Constructing, Cultivating, and Modernizing a Forms Program
Tuesday May 17th from 9:55am – 10:45am
The Federal Government and private sectors continue to struggle with the decision to centralize or decentralize critical business units. This session delineates the challenges, opportunities, and policies that moved the Department of State toward a centralized Forms Program.
Stay tuned for more information on these and other special events.
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