CHICAGO, IL, OCT 14, 1997-Information Dimensions, Inc., and one of its document management customers, Corning Incorporated will show information managers how to increase productivity by deploying scientific and technical knowledge found in business-critical documents on intranets at the DIIME (Document Image & Information Management Expo)
The speech will take place on Thursday, Oct. 16, from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. Scott Scharadin, director of marketing at Information Dimensions, and Dr. Duane Davis from Corning will relate their hands-on experiences and reveal what it takes to deploy an intranet for large, complex document collections.
"Corning is typical of a large corporation using the intranet to reduce and eliminate barriers to finding information within its own technology function," says Scharadin, director of marketing at Information Dimensions. "Corning's secure intranet system is enabling engineers from anywhere in the world to tap into vast amounts of knowledge contained in the company's documents."
Information Dimensions (http://www.idi.oclc.org) was founded in 1986, and is headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, serving its growing customer base with a worldwide network of direct sales, distributors and business partners. The company realizes Information Management for the Borderless Enterprise™ by delivering secure document management and library solutions via the Internet, intranets, and extranets for organizations with large, complex document collections. Information Dimensions, Inc., is an affiliate company of Gores Technology Group, of Los Angeles, California.