CeBIT 2017: Konica Minolta drives digital transformation forward and shapes the Workplace of the Future

| 27 januari 2017

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe (Konica Minolta) will be presenting itself at CeBIT 2017 with their latest solutions for business processes and workflows as well as with revolutionary concepts for the Workplace of the Future. Konica Minolta will be offering CeBIT visitors demonstrations of solutions for the digital age including Process Consulting, Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Security and the Workplace of the Future. CeBIT will take place from 20–24 March 2017 in Hannover, Germany. Konica Minolta is located in Hall 3 at booth H17.

This year’s umbrella term for CeBIT 2017, »d!conomy – no limits«, signifies the enormous potential of digitalisation. The concept of digital transformation today comprises more than just digital products and services: digital transformation revolutionises the way people, devices and spaces interact.

Japan, this year’s partner country at CeBIT, is an incubator of digital technologies. The country is one of the front runners in the high-tech sector and – with the Japanese as a society of early adaptors and Konica Minolta as Japanese company – is looking forward to leaving a mark with their innovative booth concept and business portfolio, which will be presented at CeBIT.

In line with its key message, “YOU aim for a new digital era. WE make you part of it”, Konica Minolta will lead visitors through the digital journey of business, starting with Process Consulting and then showing ECM solutions such as Enterprise Search, Invoice Management and Personal File Management, demonstrating how to eliminate corporate security gaps in the digital age and presenting its Smart Cloud Services offering.

A special focus will be on the Workplace of the Future area, where visitors can experience innovative solutions that enable companies to generate business value from existing and new information sources, for example by optimizing space utilization and connecting content for more effective communication. In cooperation with MOBOTIX AG, a German manufacturer of intelligent IP video solutions, Konica Minolta will showcase applications for connecting people, spaces and devices in smart working environments.

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