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DiALOG 2014: Specialist Congress “Enterprise Information Management” still on the road to success in its 3rd year

Frankfurt, May 23, 2014. DiALOG 2014, the only international Specialist Congress on Enterprise Information Management announces new record attendance in its 3rd year.  The quality concept EIM improves business processes, including data, information and know-how. EIM sets lasting value measures. More than 120 representatives from different industries and business divisions report, discuss and inform about all aspects of Enterprise Information Management for 2 days under the motto “EIM – more quality, less functions”. A key aspect was, how to argue the use of processes even better. How to motivate employees for the upcoming changes? What can be done to increase transparency and minimize risks? All answers can be found in the EIM approach. Understandably and measurably presented at the 3rd DiALOG Specialist Congress and in our keynote talks „Leadership and Communication Mastery“ by Dr. Richard Schuttler/ Organizational Troubleshooter LLC or „Compliance: Unnützer Kropf oder ein Wettbewerbsvorteil?“ by Prof. Dr. Andreas Kark/University Heilbronn. Talks on the main topic „Creating processes in an agile way“ as well as reports on contract management, compliance or master data management complete the agenda. The broad range of subjects around contract- and file management, compliance, integration potential and process management shows the trend “Finding solutions with IT without restricting them to IT”. Understandable, practical, applicable! This is what makes this event so unique: Processes and organization, motivation and argumentation, solutions and benefit. EIM stands for future and success. As a premiere, the DiALOG Award “Excellence with EIM” was given to the Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG by Peter J. Schmerler, Managing Director at VOI e.V. and patron of this event on May 22nd, honoring the project „Carrera Online“ for forward-looking structure- and user concepts in administrative business processes.

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