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Death of the PDF Webinar

October 26th at 11:00 am CST

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Kris Harrington

Chief Executive Officer,

GenAlpha

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Rik Page

EMEA Sales and Marketing Director,

Bluestream

Are PDFs holding your manufacturing business back? It's time to rethink your document game and embrace the future.

Join us for a groundbreaking webinar, "Death of the PDF," on October 26th at 11 a.m. CST. Discover how the era of static, lifeless documents is coming to an end, and explore the exciting world of interactive, dynamic, and efficient document formats that are revolutionizing the manufacturing industry.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights about the beginning of a new era in document management for manufacturers.

During the webinar, we will dive deep into the following key topics:

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The Limits of PDFs:

Explore the limitations of PDFs that may be holding your manufacturing processes back. Discover the challenges they present in today's fast-paced, tech-driven landscape.

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The Rise of Interactive Documents:

Learn how interactive documents are taking over, offering a dynamic and engaging way to present information and enhance user experiences.

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Tech Evolution:

Delve into how evolving technology is revolutionizing the way we create and share documents in the manufacturing sector. Stay ahead of the curve with cutting-edge insights.

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Transition Strategies:

Get actionable steps to transition your organization from outdated PDFs to modern, efficient document formats. Ensure your manufacturing business stays competitive and efficient.

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The death of the PDF is not the end—it's the beginning of a new era in document management for manufacturers. Join us on October 26th at 11 a.m. CST for an eye-opening journey into the future of documents. Take advantage of this opportunity to position your manufacturing business at the forefront of innovation.

Register now to secure your spot in this game-changing webinar and pave the way for a more dynamic, efficient, and future-ready document management system.

 

Your manufacturing success depends on staying ahead of the curve, and we're here to guide you on this transformative journey. See you at the webinar!

About the Speakers

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Rik Page

Bluestream

Rik has worked with component content and document management solutions for over 20 years. He has worked with custom DTDs and Schemas, S1000D, iSpec2200, and DITA, together with various document and content management systems.

 

His practical experience ranges from high-volume data capture and content creation to dynamic multichannel delivery in various industries, including banking, finance, manufacturing, central government, and education. In addition, Rik has participated in multiple consultancy projects and helped formulate innovative solutions throughout Europe and North America.

 

Rik is also an advocate of Documentation 4.0, a new concept reflecting the demands on content/documentation that result from moving to Industry 4.0 and ‘smart’ manufacturing.

 

Away from the office, Rik is very involved with Scouting, running an Explorer Unit for 14-18 year olds, and working as an Adult Training Advisor and mentor. Rik is a registered Archery GB, and NSRA Instructor (Pistols and Rifles), he also teaches pioneering and bush-craft.

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Kris Harrington

GenAlpha

Kris Harrington is the CEO of GenAlpha Technologies, a technology company that enables original equipment and aftermarket product growth for OEMs. As an advocate of manufacturing, she is a recognized thought leader in the B2B manufacturing digital transformation space, sharing her knowledge and experience through multimedia platforms including blogs, webinars, and podcasts. Kris is an expert on OEM sales, service, and aftermarket.

 

Prior to joining GenAlpha, Kris worked in leadership roles in sales and aftermarket with Enerpac, Caterpillar, and Bucyrus International. Her career has spanned positions in the home office as well as regional assignments in Canada, Brazil, and Peru. Her responsibilities included working with internal stakeholders, dealers, and customers to deliver business results in aftermarket and original equipment sales.

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