London, March 29, 2017  @ 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM 


Discover the power of automating document production in your business

Join K2 and HotDocs for a complimentary event in London, where we will look at best practice from a customer perspective presented by Rick Mackman of GVA, provide an overview of the benefits that document automation can bring and continue the automation theme with a presentation from K2, the provider of automated workflow technology.

You will also learn how automating the production of business documentation with HotDocs, the global leaders in document automation software, can facilitate substantial cost savings and free up staff time to spend on other critical work. 

Complete your details to register your attendance. The official part of the event will conclude by 5.00 pm, however, we would be delighted if you would join us for drinks and canapes afterwards.


Where: The Hospital Club, 24 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9HQ
When: Wednesday 29th March, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
What: Registration and refreshments, presentations and Q&A, followed by drinks and canapes



Graham Penman
Head of Global Services, HotDocs

Head of HotDocs Global Services and Lead Architect, Graham leads the team for strategic projects integrations and partner enablement.  He has integrated HotDocs with other LOB systems such as CRM, BPM and document management for customers across the banking, legal public and corporate sectors.


Trevor Smart
Business Development Manager​, K2

Trevor stands at the forefront of the fastest moving technology industry trend: BPM and digital transformation. He’s spent the past seven years building strong enduring relationships and a substantial network, and has helped position K2 as a leader in business process automation. Prior to joining K2, Trevor spent 12 years at Microsoft, where has built a reputation for developing business strategies and strong relationships across all levels of technical and executives including C-level.

Rick Mackman
Head of Development, GVA

Rick originally trained as a telecoms engineer, but quickly moved into IT and now has 23 years software development experience. He previously worked for GEC, AstraZeneca and also founded a small start-up business. Rick now manages a team of application and business intelligence developers at GVA, a national commercial property advisor.


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