Usually when I attend a conference, I produce a recap of the event, but this time I’ve chosen not to.
For me, Capture Conference’s value lies in its in-person engagement, in being there and rubbing shoulders with others in the industry. These personal connections, even in a virtual world, are vital for business and Capture Conference gets it just right.
The event is intended to be intimate. Reviewing it would, I think, puncture that feeling of intimacy.
In lieu of a traditional recap, I’ve therefore decided to share the links to the series of “sneak peek” interviews I did. I’ve also included the conversation I had with Todd Albers in full (you can find it at the end of this article), which we only managed to schedule a week before the event.
I’d also like to express my thanks to our 2022 conference speakers and sponsors. The support and time they invested were key to the event’s success.
Below are links to their profiles on LinkedIn. These folks know their stuff and are worth connecting with and following.
On a personal note, I’d also like to thank them for their time and willingness to be interviewed for our sneak peek series of videos. It was a pleasure talking to all of you.
David Gerber, Corum Group Ltd. Group (M & A)
Christopher S., Surdak and Co. (AI/STP)
Jeff Willinger, Withum (cloud)
Mark Miller: Guide to Digital Transformation, Naviant (RPA)
Greg Froning, Aetna, a CVS Health Company (capture in healthcare)
Mark Swift, Mortgage Cadence (capture in mortgage processing)
Guy R. Berg, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (e-invoicing coming to the US)
Todd M. Albers, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (e-invoicing coming to the US)
Jim Hayes, Christopher Wynder, PhD, Dennis DeMott and Jeff McGlynn, OpenText
Haol Yao and Tim Anderson, Epson America Inc.
Kevin Neal ☁ and Joseph Odore, TWAIN Working Group