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Emmaus, PA, United States, 2009/09/28 - Jay Rothe discusses the difficulty in managing multiple records repositories across enterprises and the tools available to help ease the process.
Jay Rothe, the president of Vital Path, will be featured on a panel discussion at the 54th Annual ARMA Conference to be held next month in Orlando. The session, part of the Exclusively IT track, is entitled “A Holistic Approach to Enterprise Solutions: How can RIM, IT and Business Process Work in Tandem to Adopt a Solution?”
Rothe’s extensive expertise in enterprise content management and strategy and eDiscovery make him an excellent choice for this panel. While under Rothe’s leadership Vital Path, a leading provider of enterprise content integration solutions including PathBuilder, has grown and earned top industry awards. Moderated by Gartner’s Debra Logan, the panel also features Neil Ethridge from Autonomy, Victor Owuor of Oracle.
The discussion focuses on the challenge of managing multiple records repositories across enterprises, which is often inconsistent and incomplete, further complicated by a tedious discovery process for each application. The panelists will offer enterprise solutions that meet these challenges, and talk about tools available to help and ease the process.
ARMA will be held at the Orlando World Center Marriot, October 15-18, 2009. The panel discussion will take place on October 15 at 3:30 pm on the Expo Floor, room 1230. Also, be sure to visit Vital Path at ARMA at Booth 1128. For more information on ARMA 2009 visit arma.org/conference/2009/.
About Vital Path
Vital Path (vital-path.com) is a leading provider of content integration and business process management solutions. Our range of products and expertise has allowed our clients to take control of their mission critical content while mitigating risk. Vital Path's award-winning solution, PathBuilder, enables fast deployment of adapters that communicate with existing content repositories. Once connected, PathBuilder can migrate, consolidate and federate content and metadata to support enterprise-wide business processes without forcing clients to abandon their original systems and corresponding investments. Vital Path is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Electric (NYSE: GE).