With IEDs shattering the glass outside his Baghdad office and religious divisions among staff working within, Mohammed Qasim has quietly gone about his business of building the Iraq of tomorrow.
Qasim sells and installs enterprise content management (ECM) systems, the electronic records management software central to running administrative operations in Western enterprises and government offices for decades. Qasim is installing the software infrastructure now running the Iraqi Ministries of Oil, Justice and Industry along with the Iraqi Security Commission, that country’s version of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Qasim shared the singularly unique insight of an IT expert on the state of Iraq’s developing government. He talked about the technical and practical challenges of selling software in a country struggling with a fledgling government and deep cultural divisions, perched on the edge of one of the most dangerous political movements in recent history: the Islamic State.
He spoke at the Laserfiche Empower 2015 Conference at the Anaheim Marriott on Thursday, January 15. For more information, please contact Andrea LePain at 617-894-1153 or email@example.com.
About the Laserfiche Empower 2015 Conference
Each year, the Laserfiche Empower Conference brings together thousands of ECM enthusiasts from around the world. This year’s event took place at the Anaheim Marriott on January 13 – 16. An impressive line-up of speakers from organizations including Gartner, the Center for Digital Government, the Texas A&M University System, Info-Tech Research Group, Bank of Beirut and Palm Beach, Florida, will lead more than 150 course sessions on ECM trends, strategies and best practices.
Based in Long Beach, CA, with global headquarters in Hong Kong and offices in Shanghai, Toronto, Mexico, London, Washington, D.C., and Fort Lauderdale, FL, Laserfiche uses its Run Smarter® philosophy to create simple and elegant enterprise content management (ECM) solutions. Since 1987, more than 34,000 organizations worldwide—including federal, state and local government agencies and Fortune 1000 companies—have used Laserfiche® software to streamline document, records and business process management.
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