Bridgeport, CT – The DOCUMENT Strategy Forum (DSF) is excited to announce that its 2017 Conference will be held on May 1-3 at the Downtown Marriott on the Magnificent Mile in the heart of Chicago. DSF ’17 is the industry’s first and only Peer-Driven, Peer-Reviewed, and PeerProduced conference dedicated to the professionals charged with delivering superior customer experiences and is spearheaded by an Advisory Board of forward-thinking business executives. In their mission to advance the industry as a whole, the Advisory Board is pleased to announce the 2017 conference theme, “Manage Next-Gen Information to Bridge the Customer-First Enterprise.”

“We are very excited to be moving DSF to the Chicago Marriott Downtown. Not only is a great location that our attendees, speakers and exhibitors will enjoy but, it also provides us with the space we needed to due to our growth,” said Joel Dunkel, President, EventEvolution Management, Inc., producers of DOCUMENT Strategy Forum (DSF). “We plan on taking advantage of this great location by hosting an Architectural Cruise and a Roof Top Reception during DSF ’17.”

Since 2008, the DSF has been the trailblazer in bringing together a community of real-world communications, content, and information leaders to discuss the issues and challenges they face every day. The education program of DSF ‘17 is founded upon and created by the DSF Advisory Board to promote knowledge sharing, collaboration, and innovation—straight from your peers. The 2017 Advisory Board includes Kahtan Aizouki, Director, Imaging & Workflow Services, Sun Life Financial Services; Michael Coffman, Director, Operations Print & Distribution, UNUM; Deanna Dorsey, Manager, Document Automation, Grange Insurance; Nancy Green, Assistant Vice President, Simplify Customer Communication, MetLife; Fred Kam, Director, SPM for Client and Tax Reporting, UBS Financial Services Inc.; Mike Kramer, Assistant Vice President, Enterprise Document Services (EDS), USAA; Matthew D. McClelland, Manager, Information Governance Office, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina; Kathi Molloy, Vice President, Records and Information Management, Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago; DuPree W. Potter Sr., formerly Managing Director, Regulatory Participant Communications, TIAA; Rex Price, Manager, Technology Capability, Document Management Center of Excellence, UNUM; Lynnette Sorensen, Business Manager, Integrated Solutions, State Farm; and Courtney Stone, Manager, Records and Retention, AMOCO Federal Credit Union. The DSF is also proud to announce its continued partnership with premier enterprise content management (ECM) consultancy firm Doculabs. For the past four years, Doculabs has served as a conference partner for the DSF and has helped build a highly respected information management forum, where leading ECM and information practitioners share their success stories through interactive panels and roundtables.

In 2017, Doculabs will produce their annual “Information Management Strategy” track and co-produce a new “Future of Information Management” track focused on emerging trends and technologies in the ECM space. “Doculabs is excited to be involved with the DSF again in 2017,” said James Watson, Jr., PhD, CEO, Doculabs Inc. “This conference delivers content that is current and relevant to the user community. In addition, the speakers are from leading firms that have real-world experience working with content applications. And best of all, the event is in Chicago, our home town!”

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