Events Webcasts

Xplor hosts 25+ live complimentary webcasts each year. These events are presented by subject matter experts from the end user and vendor community as well as industry analysts and consultants who provide leading edge content encompassing the latest trends, best practices and technologies.

Everyone is welcome to register for an Xplor live webcast. The recordings of the webcasts are available to both Xplor professional and company members through the member’s hub. If you are not a professional or company member, please consider the investment in an Xplor Membership.


Wednesday, May 25, 1PM ET
Got Print Labor and Paper Woes? Turn to Workflow for an ROI Boost! – Sponsored by Solimar Systems

We have emerged from what can only be described as an unexpected last 24 months. However, the challenges for organizations that create and distribute communications, both printed and through digital channels, continue to test day-to-day business processes. At the top of the list of woes continues to be employee labor, paper, ink and escalated costs of production. The need is clear: reevaluate processes to reduce dependencies, improve efficiencies and recover escalated costs. How? WORKFLOW! Read more and register today!

Wednesday, June 8, 11AM ET
Leveraging Real-Time Analytics to Drive Deeper Customer Experiences – Sponsored by OpenText

Perfecting the art of customer experience will always be a never-ending cycle. It moves from acquiring new customers to building a relationship that achieves more than just ‘good customer experience’ and retention; but becoming a trusted advisor. This session will look at current trends and strategies deployed in Fortune 500 companies using different maximizing data touchpoints and analytic tools to drive conversations while streamlining business interactions while managing compliance and risk. Read more and register today!

Wednesday, June 22, 1PM ET
How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Way Documents Can Become Accessible and ADA Standards Compliant – Sponsored by CommonLook

More and more organizations are discovering that although there is a cost savings for transitioning from print and mail to digital delivery, there is also a new cost component for accessibility. ADA compliance is a requirement for any documents that are shared electronically to ensure that information can also be consumed by people with disabilities. Historically organizations have struggled to meet this requirement and unfortunately have not added accessibility to their operating budgets…. Read more and register today!




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