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Office Gemini TechEd Forum: Costa Rica 2012 Brings Big Results

Office Gemini (www.officegemini.com), a global leader and innovator in document management and scanning technologies, hosted the Office Gemini TechEd Forum on February 1-2, 2012 at the Real Intercontinental Hotel in San Jose, Costa Rica. The event was open to industry and institutional administrators showcasing the tools and processes designed to deliver electronic documents and information securely and efficiently across departments and organizations that result in greener, leaner, highly productive teams and operations. During the event, attendees were presented with the new release of Office Gemini’s document management software, Dokmee 4.0.  Melissa Gutierrez, Territory Manager of Latin America, demonstrated the incredible features that have enhanced this top of the line document management software and discussed the importance of document management in today’s technology driven environments. Interested attendees were also able to visit the company’s booth to view a full demonstration of how the software can make scanning and organizing their company’s files more efficient and secure. See Office Gemini’s signature document management product Dokmee 4.0 at www.dokmee.net. The technology forum offered a full spectrum of solutions for companies looking to improve their internal workflow and build more secure systems with their files. Alongside Office Gemini stood a vast array of sponsors and guest speakers offering everything from scanning solutions, document security to information on cloud computing and business advertising opportunities. Cesar Vega, Regional Sales Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean with Fujitsu Imaging Products Group, delivered a fantastic presentation on disaster recovery and scanning solutions. Backed by a comprehensive portfolio of service and support programs, Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. scanners provide a cutting-edge document capture technology aimed at helping make sense of and organize the data trapped on paper. Bill Bither, founder and general manager of Atalasoft, discussed cloud-enabling line-of-business applications. Bill Bither is a serial software entrepreneur who founded Atalasoft in 2002, and Vizit in 2008. Atalasoft, recognized by Inc Magazine as one of the top 100 fastest growing software companies, bootstrapped to 25 employees and successfully sold to Kofax in 2011. Atalasoft's flagship product, DotImage, image-enables business applications with a .NET software development toolkit and currently operates as a business unit within Kofax (LSE:KFX), an industry leading enterprise software company. Jack Jackson, sales account executive for Kofax, discussed best practices in converting paper documents to electronic resources and scanning to a digital archive. Kofax plc (LSE:KFX) is the leading provider of capture driven process automation solutions. Kofax Express 3.0 makes it easier for anyone to scan, organize and store documents to enable compliance with records retention policies. Increased throughput results in shortened workloads, even with the largest batches.  The new version is easy enough for beginners to use for ad hoc scanning yet scalable for use in service bureaus.  Erick Arias Rivera of ADD, Archivo Digital de Documentos discussed scanning, creating and organizing digital documents and efficient workflows through secure electronic document management. ADD, established in 2005, as the solution to the internal needs of companies wanting to improve customer service and efficiency through better use of document management. Roberto René Picado, country manager of Dell, Inc. – Costa Rica talked about various aspects of network security and how to keep network threats at bay. Other sponsors attending the event included, ENX Magazine, SUMMA Magazine and CostaRicaBeauty.com. These sponsors offered advertising and networking solutions to companies and organizations in the Latin American regions. - See more at: http://www.officegemini.com/english/news/99-teched-conference-a-success.html#sthash.CL7f7VCm.dpuf

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