When we posted our blog last Friday the word was that Document Strategy Forum 2012 in Old Greenwich, CT, was still moving ahead as planned. Early Saturday we learned that Hurricane Sandy was being (and continues to be) relentless. As various States declared a State of Emergency, Document Strategy Forum was left no choice but to cancel the conference and exhibition.
For many the cancellation was sad news…
This was going to be the first year the Document Strategy Forum had moved out of Chicago and setup in a new venue. Along with the spirit of change there were many exhibitors, including Crawford Technologies, that were returning to the conference and exhibition floor with the hope of meeting new people and sharing our expertise in the print and mail industries.
As we continue to think about those that are in the path of Hurricane Sandy, we also took a look at our plans to launch new thought leadership in the area of Automated Document Factory (ADF) solutions for the conference and exhibition. The new white paper, The Manager’s Guide to ADF to ADF Systems in the Multi-channel Era, launch today to the press and media, but was also supposed to be announced during our Vendor Showcase at Document Strategy Forum. As they say, “When it rains it pours.” However, they also say, “Every cloud has a silver lining.” In that spirit we wanted to make sure we could share this information with everyone who planned on being in Old Greenwich with us this week at Document Strategy Forum.
So as you are sorting out the changes in your schedule from the conference cancelation, Crawford Technologies invites you to read our new white paper by visiting: https://www.crawfordtech.com/resources/whitepapers-reports. This guide to ADF systems in the multi-channel era is sure to provide you some valuable educational information and a new perspective on ADF systems.
For those in the path of Sandy, all of us here at Crawford Technologies wish you and your families the best and hope you stay safe.