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WASWUG 2015 Conference in Bellevue, WA (March 8-10)

The WASWUG 2015 Conference proved to be a valuable resource for Cities Digital as representatives from over 100 different school districts throughout Washington came to learn more about technology solutions and services.  With over 1,100 full conference attendees, 150 Presenters and 75 different Exhibit Representatives there was no shortage of interesting topics to discuss.  Cities Digital spoke with many of these eager school representatives about how Laserfiche® products and integrations can improve their school districts productivity by going paperless. 

The conference included breakout sessions on topics such as Microsoft Work Integrations, Excel Formulas and Functions, Long-Time User Data Cleanup and Setting up an Optimal Approval Process for Requisitions.  Cities Digital had the opportunity to give a presentation on Digital & Electronic Signatures, breaking down the latest in digital signature technology using Laserfiche® document management, web forms, DocuSign and Topaz.  Attendees were able to learn ways to improve efficiency and enhance workflow for contracts, employee requests and interoffice communication. 

The Tenth Annual WASWUG Conference was made possible by the Western States Information Processing Cooperative.  WSIPC is a unique public agency that provides quality information services at a reasonable cost to Washington State’s school districts.  WSIPC was formed over 40 years ago when 10 Washington school districts formed a cooperative aiming to empower schools by sharing software development and hardware costs and providing centralized technology support.  

 

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