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On September 11, IBA Group participated in DOCFLOW Ukraine 2013 as the event’s sponsor. Held in Kiev, Ukraine, the conference and exhibition focused on information and electronic document management. This year, representatives of more than 30 software developers, system integrators, and hardware manufacturers from Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine attended the event.
At the IBA Group booth, representatives of IBA Minsk, IBA IT Park, and IBA Ukraine showcased:
Portal of personnel competence management, a new software product designed to organize the process of human resources development based on Activiti, a workflow and Business Process Management (BPM) platform IBA’s proprietary software products Chancellor:
Cloud Chancellor, an IBA solution based on IBM XPages technologies
Mobile applications intended for online and offline remote work with the EDM system.
Within the conference, IBA Group delivered a number of presentations, including:
Electronic archive and document management for large-scale organizations: new solutions based on IBM FileNet
BPM: a portal of personnel competence management.
IBA Group organized and conducted a vendor session on the following topics:
Creation of EDM systems based on IBM Domino. IBA’s 15-year experience.
Migrating to the clouds: Cloud Chancellor.
In addition, IBA Group was invited as an expert to the talk show “Document and business process management: recent trends and expectations”.
Commenting on the event for the First Business Channel of Ukraine, Igor Pastushenko, Director of IBA Ukraine, said:
“The IT market of the CIS countries is becoming an increasingly competitive environment as the number of IT companies, as well as the diversity and quality of their services are constantly growing. The IT consumers are quite sophisticated nowadays. Having a possibility to choose the most efficient and competitive solution, they possess the necessary expertise to make a choice. The present-day IT customers clearly understand what exactly they need and what kind of return they want to get from the embedded functionality. That is why a successful project today is the result of joint creative work of a customer and a service provider.”