HotDocs Announces Keynote Speaker at HUG 2017
HotDocs, the industry leader in document automation technology, has today announced that Dave Coplin, author and technology visionary, will deliver the keynote address at the HotDocs User Group (HUG) in June 2017.
With over 25 years in the technology industry and through his day job as a technology evangelist with Microsoft, Coplin is at the forefront of conversations around how individuals and organisations can benefit from the transformational potential that technology offers. One of the most influential people in the digital industry, he focuses not on the technology itself, but on the humans who use it and his mission is to make people reconsider their relationship with technology and how it can help them to work smarter, not harder.
Dave Coplin said: “I know that one of the key benefits of HotDocs’ software is operational efficiency and the use of technology to achieve that goal is a topic close to my heart. I look forward to generating discussion amongst the HUG audience on the advantages of using technology to transform the way they work, rather than simply using it to do the same things a little better.”
HUG is HotDocs’ flagship, global event and offers HotDocs users, partners and other interested parties the opportunity to hear the latest news and developments from HotDocs, share best practice case studies and network with peers.
Lois McLuckie, Head of Marketing EMEA/APAC at HotDocs, commented: “We’re delighted to confirm Dave Coplin as our keynote speaker at HUG 2017 and I know that he will be a real draw for our attendees. HotDocs has always been about utilizing technology to work smarter and benefit the bottom line and our users are well versed in using our software to achieve efficiency. The insights that Dave can offer from his bird’s eye view of the technology sector will provide HUG guests with ideas and inspiration for further enhancing their working lives with clever use of technology.”
HUG takes place in London on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 June 2017. Places are filling fast and anyone interested in the event can learn more and register via the HotDocs User Group website.