ON DEMAND Conference & Expo, AIIM Conference & Expo, and Digital Marketing Symposium share the same venue in New York City March 8-10, 2004
FEBRUARY 2, 2004 — Movers and shakers in the electronic-publishing
industry and on-demand-printing industry will congregate at the Jacob Javits
center in New York City March 8-10, 2004. Three important events will take place
at the Javits center on those days:
ON DEMAND is one of the largest industry events that focuses on digital printing,
automated document production, and marketing and communications. It's all about
becoming increasingly efficient, driving down costs, and
delivering customized messages and relevant information to the
right person at the right time.
- The ON DEMAND Conference & Exposition
- The AIIM Conference & Exposition
- The Digital Marketing Symposium
To get all the details and to register for your FREE three-day show-floor pass,
go to http://show.ondemandexpo.com/ondemandexpo/V40/index.cvn?id=10005.
AIIM is currently the largest conference and exposition that
focuses on enterprise content management. In operation for over 50
years and sub-titled
"The Enterprise Content & Document Management Event,"
this annual event attracts business professionals seeking information about the latest
technologies to develop, capture, manage, and store documents and digital content
to support business processes, comply with government regulations,
drive down costs, and gain a competitive advantage.
To learn more about AIIM and to register for your FREE three-day show-floor pass,
go to http://show.aiimexpo.com/aiim2003/V40/index.cvn?id=10012.
The Digital Marketing Symposium will focus on issues such as how to
market in a wired world, re-purposing content, creative tactics in
measuring & quantifying success, rich media campaigns,
personalization & digital printing, digital methods of communication delivery, and more.
The DMS Vendor Pavilion will be the focal point of the technologies,
tools, products, and services for digital marketing. This event covers
all media — print, television, telephony, radio, and the Web.