The key issues that customers tell us they are facing are in the area of compliance. There is an increasing number of mandates arriving on the doorsteps of many organisations, whether government, financial services, manufacturing, or construction.
Bristol, England (PRWEB) November 23, 2005
Are you looking for the definitive guide to document management, content management, printing and imaging in growing markets in Eastern Europe? Well look no further – a fresh new publication, Business Direction Eastern Europe, has all the answers. BDEE is a high-quality, bi-annual publication that is the information resource for business professionals. And to make life even easier all the articles from interviews to case studies, reviews to events listings, are available online.
BDEE supplies well written content on the hot topics around document management and content management, such as issues relating to data capture, imaging and printing technology and content security. It is packed full of accurate market and industry overviews, technology developments, country focuses, product reviews, user stories and case studies, along with independent articles from professionals and government and leading industry experts.
In an exclusive interview in the first issue, Mark Wheeler, EMEA Senior Enterprise Marketing Manager of Adobe says: “The key issues that customers tell us they are facing are in the area of compliance. There is an increasing number of mandates arriving on the doorsteps of many organisations, whether government, financial services, manufacturing, or construction.”
Supplying document management professionals with information about compliance continues to be a theme throughout the magazine: an article called Pull your SOX up looks at where Sarbanes-Oxley is today; Raft of EU legislation hits European business is an in-depth examination of information rights and; Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission talks about the challenges ahead in Building an open Europe in times of change.
End-user interviews are also of major interest to business – what better way for professionals to find out what customers really think? BDEE gets the real scoop from Jane Connerton, Corporate Records Manager of Procter & Gamble.
The launch issue of BDEE is jam-packed with document management and content management features: Top industry analysts Forrester focus on client systems management tools, scanners and laptops are reviewed, while professionals and experts such as Intel’s Tom Gibbs and The Data Warehousing Institute’s John O’Brien give their views.
With contributions from the world’s biggest companies, including HP, Adobe, Proctor & Gamble, Kodak and Xerox, BDEE provides valuable document management information to business in the region, and it will allow professionals and executives to make informed and valuable decisions about which technologies and solutions they should integrate.
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