November was a busy month for the UK THESIS team with two big events in London.
The first event was AIIM Forum Europe – this was the team’s second time exhibiting at this conference which is hosted by AIIM, the Association for Intelligent Information Management. The Association represents information management and data professionals across various industries and the annual event in London is a chance for these like-minded professionals to get together and hear the latest from industry leaders.
At this year’s event, leading professionals discussed the move away from ECM towards Intelligent Information Management and all that comes with it. Organisations are putting data at the heart of what they do as a valuable asset; in order to do this, many organisations are in the process of digital transformation strategies to harness the power of technology to improve how they work.
This year’s event included presentations on managing data in complex environments, emerging technologies, information governance, GDPR, the role of change management in projects and stakeholder buy-in. Delegates were interested in how THESIS fits into this environment in terms of business process, workflows and better data management and transparency.
AIIM Forum was followed a few days later by RegTech Expo – an event dedicated to regulatory technologies for the financial sector. More targeted than AIIM, this event was an opportunity to showcase THESIS as a product which can support organisations that operate in highly governed markets where compliance is an increasingly important issue.
Our Business Development Director, Rishi Kathuria, presented as part of the event seminars on ‘Scaling Intelligent Automation in a Digital Banking World.’ This presentation focused on the role of technologies like THESIS in improving workflows and process automation, which in turn, helps businesses to improve regulatory compliance.
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