January 2009
Infonomics;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p60
Trade Publication
An interview with Bob Zagami, chairman of the Association for Information & Image Management (AIIM) International Board of Directors for 2008-2009, is presented. When asked about the agenda of AIIM's quarterly board meeting in Miami, Florida, he stresses that it focused on the opportunities facing the industry in 2009. Zagami stresses to enhance AIIM's education and infrastructure during his term. He also provides information about his business, Databank IMX.


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