#OnBase Summit 14: All eyes on Twickenham

Conference registration

Twickenham Stadium is extremely versatile. With the capacity to hold 82,000 spectators, the stadium has the ability to host rugby matches, concerts and conferences – including a rugby museum, hotel and fitness center. It’s also accessible by road, air, train and foot.

Twickenham’s flexibility is one of the reasons why we chose it as the venue for the sixth-annual OnBase Summit – because OnBase is extremely flexible as well. It’s a single, secure and scalable solution that easily integrates with the software and applications your organisation relies on. With OnBase, users stay in familiar environments and are presented with the documents and information they need to get work done.

No more hunting for paper in boxes, file cabinets or dark rooms. Instead, employees focus on high-value tasks like spending time with customers.

Networking and learning from each other

That’s what the summit is all about, giving our customers the know-how to make their organisations more efficient and effective. And keeping our partners up-to-date with how OnBase accomplishes these goals.

I’m pretty sure your organization didn’t start out as a cabbage patch, like Twickenham did in 1907. But that’s the great thing about the stadium, not only has it provided an excellent sporting venue for more than a century, it’s evolved with the times along the way, becoming a state-of-the-art conference and event facility.

If your organization needs a flexible platform to support growth by providing instant access to electronic documents and information, you’ll want to drive, fly, take the train or walk to Twickenham on October 7 th and 8th. There will be end users, OnBase administrators and enterprise content management (ECM) experts from all over Europe, the Middle East and Africa, so the opportunity to network and learn from each other is as vast as Twickenham itself.

Are you ready?

Graham Lewis

As Hyland’s Regional Marketing Manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Graham is responsible for educating organisations about how to optimize processes to save time, decrease expenses and proactively manage regulations with ECM. Over the past decade, he has worked for industry leaders in the fields of Business Process Management and Information Management for both IBM, Canon Europe and now Hyland.

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