RPI’s ImageNow Practice Attends UBTech Conference

Baltimore, MD (June 12th, 2014) — RPI Consultants will be attending the three day UBTech Conference over June 16-18th at The Mirage in Las Vegas, Nevada. RPI’s Perceptive Content (formerly ImageNow) consultants will be attending the conference, offering insight on how leveraging ImageNow can help streamline common pain points in higher education’s business process and workflows.

Geoff Lilienfeld, Jeff Jones, and James Cho will be in attendance from RPI Consultants.

Geoff Lilienfeld is the ECM Practice Manager at RPI. He has a background in IT and management consulting and his expertise includes ImageNow,Kofax, Brainware, and Formatta, with extensive experience surrounding ImageNow system design and implementation, ImageNow iScripts, administration, and integrations with Lawson, PeopleSoft, Kofax, and Brainware.

Lilienfeld notes: “UBTech is a great place for us to meet with higher education technology leaders and help them strategize on ways to reduce paper output before it ever exists.”

Jeff Jones is a System Analyst with broad technical and functional ImageNow experience in design, implementation and administration. Formerly a member of the Perceptive Software Support team and later an ImageNow administrator for a healthcare organization. Jeff is an expert at ImageNow upgrades, implementations and administration as well as integrating with Kofax and TransForm / Formatta technologies.

James Cho is a Senior Consultant with ImageNow and has broad experience with designing, implementing, and training ImageNow solutions notably in the financial, back office, and HR sectors in a variety of industries. Formerly a Senior Consultant at Perceptive Software, James is an expert at integrating solutions within current application frameworks that provide seamless interoperability and identifying areas where businesses can optimize their workflows.

This UBTech Conference Meeting is a national summit on technology & leadership targeted toward higher education. UBTech 2014 will examine how advances in technology are creating new opportunities for innovation across the campus and helping departments improve on the delivery of their missions.

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