Wednesday, May 10, 2006

ECM West - Call for Papers Now Open

ECM West Conference & Exposition
Powered by AIIM – The ECM Association
November 7-9, 2006
San José McEnery Convention Center – San José, California

AIIM - The ECM Association and Questex Media Group are currently seeking speaking proposals for the new west coast show. Please consider presenting if you have expertise (either technical or strategic) in any of the following topic areas:

• Data Capture/Storage
• Managing the Cost/Complexity of Compliance
• Search & Information Access
• Business Performance & Process Management
• Business Intelligence/Analytics
• Master Data Management/Data Integration
• E-mail Management
• Content Delivery - RSS/Blogs/Wikis, etc,

Session Information

Conference presentations will be 60 minutes in length.

All ECM West conference sessions are educational in nature; company- or product-specific promotion is strictly prohibited. An objective presentation that meets the educational expectations of the audience enhances the credibility of the speaker, the speaker's employer and the event itself.

To be considered for inclusion in the conference program, vendor and consultant submissions must include at least one customer co-presenter. End user panels are also welcomed.

CFP Procedure

Please submit your presentation proposal via our online form no later than Friday, June 2, 2006 at . Please note that submissions received after that date will be considered on a back-up basis only.

When completing the application, please keep in mind that the most critical parts of the application are the session title, description, and key learning objectives. These three sections are meticulously reviewed when determining the most appropriate topic/speaker for a topic, so please make it a point to be as compelling and concise as possible.

The June 2, 2006 deadline will be here before you know it. Submit today at:

Thank you for considering a speaking role at ECM West. We look forward to receiving your proposal! To learn more about ECM West, visit

1 comment:

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