Digital Transformation Requires Intelligent Information Management
We are pleased to advise that, based on advice
received from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and local/national UK
authorities, we are prepared to proceed with the AIIM Forum Europe as scheduled
for 19 November at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Central London. Obviously, we
will continue to monitor the situation so as to ensure the health and safety of
all our participants. We will keep you advised of any updates or changes to the
current plan. In the meantime, we hope that you will make plans now to join
this gathering of the AIIM tribe in November.
If you work in an organisation that is harnessing digital tools, technologies and techniques to transform its business processes, then you really need to be at next year's AIIM Forum Europe in London on 19th November 2020
This exciting one-day event will provide you with all the latest thinking, practical advice and critical insights into the key information management challenges that underpin the Digital Transformation agenda. Take a look at 2019's comprehensive programme of keynotes, roundtables and our new 'fireside chats' designed to put your needs at the centre of the event - with a world-class line-up of thought leaders, industry specialists and experienced practitioners.
2019 Event Highlights
Speakers from our last event included:
Digital Transformation, information is your most important asset.
As the world's largest community of information management professionals, AIIM focuses on a core set of capabilities that are essential for organisations to reap the full benefits of their digital transformation journey: combining content, analytics and processes into a new discipline we call Intelligent Information Management (IIM)
AIIM Forum Europe 2020 builds on thirty years of AIIM events on both sides of the Atlantic, incorporating several new elements to align even more closely with AIIM's renowned Annual Conference in the US. We believe this unique global outlook will help us all to work more collaboratively and challenge convention as we tackle the most important information management issues of the 21st Century.