nFlow, one of the UK’s leading digital dictation suppliers today announced the launch of the nFlow Annual Conference kindly hosted by Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP, London. The conference is set to take place over the 4th & 5th June, with nFlow opening up the wide range of sessions and content to existing customers as well as law firms and those interested in understanding more about digital dictation, a unique stance for a software vendor. nFlow technology partners, independent industry consultants and journalists will also be participating in the event to ensure well rounded and unbiased content.
Central to the conference will be the launch of nFlow Version 5, the latest digital dictation offering from nFlow. Version 5, nFlow believe, is the future of digital dictation or ‘DDS2’ a phrase they have coined. Designed and developed in conjunction with consultants from Microsoft, Version 5 is an entirely new service orientated architecture built from the ground up utilising the latest best practice for .net, Neil Cameron, keynote speaker at the conference commented, “I am delighted to be hosting a keynote session on the future of digital dictation and looking forward to facilitating some interesting panel sessions on dictation mobility and the role digital dictation plays in disaster recovery. nFlow are a key player in the digital dictation space and the conference promises to be an excellent event for both existing and potential customers.”
Rob Lancashire, nFlow Sales & Marketing Director commented “This year’s conference is building on the success of our inaugural event last year. We have opened the event up to anyone interested in digital dictation as we want to share knowledge and expertise. Customers will have a separate user group session at the start of the conference and then mix in with the remainder of the conference delegates on day 2. I would urge anyone, regardless of existing digital dictation system, to come along as the conference is going to be a great opportunity to gain information and feedback from Microsoft and RIM, leading independent consultants and nFlow staff and user base. The conference also offers excellent networking opportunities, interactive sessions and the opportunity to talk to suppliers of complimentary solutions.”
Delegates can also take advantage of the excellent networking opportunities whilst enjoying an evening champagne reception and dinner cruise along the Thames setting the scene for what promises to be an excellent conference.
The conference will take place at Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP, London on the 4th-5th June 2008.