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Luncheon for Minnesota Government Offices & Agencies

April 13, 2017 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm CDT

Discover How to Conquer Your Government Processes

Are business processes and paper slowing down your office? Join us for an educational luncheon to see how your peers are leveraging the concepts of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and the power of OnBase document management and process automation technology.

Learn how OnBase can help you “do more with less” and solve critical challenges throughout all areas of your workplace.

Explore Government Process Solutions

  • What is Enterprise Content Management and Workflow Automation Technology
  • Key Areas within Government to Leverage ECM & OnBase
  • Hot Topics including Agenda Management, ePlan Review & GIS Integrations
  • Best Practices for Getting Started within Government
  • How to Do More with Less using OnBase ECM Technology

Keynote Speakers

Government Industry experts Kevin Flanagan and Chuck Duchon bring many years of knowledge and experience within the government space. They are experts within Paperless Agenda Management, ePlan Review and GIS integrations.


11:30 Am – Noon | Registration & Lunch

Noon – 2:00 PM | Keynote Speakers


We are pleased to extend this personal invitation free of charge, and we look forward to having you join us if this topic is of interest to you. If you are unable to accept a free lunch but still wish to join us, we can accommodate your request and allow you to pay for your lunch. Another option is to attend for the networking opportunity during lunch, but not eat lunch at the event. You may also choose to attend just the educational session from Noon – 2:00 PM. Whatever your situation, Naviant can work with you to accommodate your needs so you can join us for this event.


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April 13, 2017
11:30 am - 2:00 pm - America/Chicago CDT


Courtyard Bloomington by Mall of America
7800 Bloomington Avenue South
Bloomington, MN
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