Assimilated Information Systems (AIS) Pty Ltd., an established South African specialist services provider of software and Information Technology, has confirmed its participation in the 2014 Banking Document & Workflow Management Conference and Workshop scheduled for 19, 20 and 21 February in Johannesburg.
The event will cover a number of topics that are relevant to business and foremost in the minds of decision makers, including content management & workflow across multiple channels, how to manage and process big data, IT governance influencing document management and information security & document management.
AIS, a member of the LAW Holdings Group, represents a close-knit group of specialists with a wide range of expertise in several fields, including document generation, automation and governance, as well as specialised software development for Microsoft platforms.
Ernest Kleynhans, Managing Director of AIS, believes the event is a unique opportunity for AIS to engage the market and assist in helping businesses better understand the dynamics of workflow and document management application within the financial sector.
“We are proud to a part of this unique event,” says Kleynhans. “In addition to the attendance of a number of high profile speaker companies, this is a first-of-its-kind event for South Africa and one that we are confident will add enormous value by offering practical, straightforward and frank discussion on issues that have a direct impact on operations today – specifically data and process intensive environments such as banking.”
About Assimilated Information Systems (AIS) Pty Ltd.
Assimilated Information Systems (AIS) Pty Ltd. is an established South African specialist services provider of software and Information Technology. It was incorporated in 2006 to supply large companies and multi-nationals, and leverages off its inherent intellectual capital – over 66 years of combined IT industry experience. In 2013 the Company entered a new phase of development when it became a member of the LAW Holdings Group.