(SPONSOR SOLUTION) "The Future of Government Records..."

Explore cutting-edge technologies in government records management with Ripcord experts. Join us to discover Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) and Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI). Learn about features, benefits, and real-world case studies showcasing how these innovations streamline data access for government agencies. Stay ahead in government records management... (READ MORE)

TITLE: "The Future of Government Records Management: Understanding the Differences Between Intelligent Document Processing and Generative AI for Information Access"
OVERVIEW: Join us as experts from Ripcord explore two cutting-edge technologies revolutionizing records management: Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) and Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI).
During this presentation we’ll provide an overview of IDP and GenAI and delve into the distinctive features, functionalities, and benefits of each technology as it relates to government records management. In addition, we’ll showcase real-world case studies from Ripcord, highlighting different ways that federal, state, and local government agencies are actively leveraging IDP and GenAI, the practical applications of each technology, and the types of use cases where IDP and GenAI excel.
Lastly, attendees will gain valuable insights into how these innovative technologies can streamline the way that government agencies handle records and access data and information. Don't miss this opportunity to stay at the forefront of government records management.
DATE & TIME: Thursday, February 29th, 2024 | 1:00PM ET | 12:00PM CT | 11:00AM MT | 10:00AM PT
DURATION: 45-60 Minutes
PRESENTERS: Todd Bailey, Vice President of Partners and Strategic Customers, Ripcord; and Dania Harris, Senior Director of Strategy and Customer Experience, Ripcord

Todd Bailey    Dania Harris
Todd is a dynamic technology executive with over two decades of experience leading teams in the software industry, including nearly a decade specializing in the Public Sector. He currently serves as Vice President of Partners and Strategic Customers at Ripcord, where he takes a customer-first approach to business and partner development in both the Commercial and Public Sectors.

Dania has spent her career applying human-centered design methodologies across a broad range of industries and businesses. She brings together customer, marketplace, technology, and business insights to identify opportunities and enhance customer experiences. At Ripcord, she is responsible for creating meaningful connections with customers and helping professionals understand the integral role document intelligence technologies can play in their organization’s success. 
Ripcord helps public sector agencies unlock the power of data trapped in documents. Founded out of NASA research in 2015, Ripcord uses advanced robotics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to digitize, ingest, extract, and validate valuable data from both paper and digital documents. Ripcord’s Document Intelligence as a Service™ is a unique outcome-focused approach that delivers complete, accurate data through integrations or in our Generative AI-powered content platform. Ripcord’s solutions free government organizations from the challenges of managing legacy systems, fluctuating document volumes, and complex tech stacks and enable them to access critical information, automate processes, and gain new insights.

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2/29/2024 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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