Stuart, Virginia – EMI Imaging, a Laserfiche® Winner’s Circle value-added reseller, held its first ever Corporate Information Management and Security Expo today. According to Adam Wright, Vice President of EMI Imaging, the event, which will run through October 27, will include a number of innovative seminars and workshops to bring Virginia organizations up-to-date on the latest in corporate information management and security.

The vendor exposition includes Laserfiche, ARX (e‑signatures), Bosch, Hirsch, Kodak and many more technology experts. Topics covered include e-signatures, anti-terrorism and the legality of document imaging. Corporate workshops and open forums lead by industry experts will investigate best practices for information management and security within world-wide corporations.

Participants will be given the opportunity to test their most difficult documents on a variety of scanners, software and document management systems. They will also be instructed on how to find solutions to information security concerns by those who have experienced some of the most intense security issues.

Guest speakers include Thomas W. Farrell, Attorney at Law, Roanoke, VA; Stephen Hall, Laserfiche Senior Regional Manager, Long Beach, CA; Sean Rogers, Channel Manager at ARX; David Rawlings, Eastman Kodak, Washington, DC; Susan B. Spofford, Ph.D. Candidate, CHS-IV, PCPP, C.H.E.S, Certified Intrinsic Coach®; and Frank Strickler, Project Manager, Workforce Services Jobs Investment Program, Virginia Department of Business Assistance. FBI Lead Investigator and author Robert Hunter will also discuss the infamous Walker Case and will sign his book, Spy Hunter.

About EMI Imaging
Based in Virginia since 1966, EMI Imaging (www.emiimaging.com) is dedicated to providing user-friendly document management solutions using digital imaging, microfilm, storage and conversion services for government, healthcare, enterprise, industry and legal-based applications. The primary document management solution software used is Laserfiche.

About Laserfiche
Since 1987, more than 25,000 organizations worldwide have used Laserfiche (www.laserfiche.com) solutions to manage documents, records and workflow. By digitizing paper archives, Laserfiche helps users find what they need in seconds, collaborate more effectively and complete daily tasks more efficiently, while multiple security features protect information from unauthorized access or release.

Laserfiche Media contact:
Francine Marlenée – 562-988-1688 ext. 211, fmarlenee@laserfiche.com