The Digital Transformation executive lunch takes place on May 5 at Pestana Palace Hotel, Lisbon. During the event, IDC Portugal and Papersoft will present the results of the study “Maturity of document workflow in national organizations”.

The paperless office has been a topic of discussion for more than two decades without major practical results. This reality has changed in the last five years with the rise of mobile technologies, cloud solutions, big data and business analytics tools, Internet of Things and social business. The advent of these technologies put additional pressure on organizations to convert paper-intensive workflows to digital.

To support employees with information when and where needed, there has been a growth in the use of data capture solutions. This includes the integration of structured, semi-structured and unstructured content. Intelligent capture technologies combine features such as document classification, data validation, content indexing, and self-learning capabilities of document layout.

This new reality has been putting a huge strain on the IT department to support a new category of always-connected employees. Digital expectations are now focused on ease of use and ability to continue working regardless of location, network, and equipment.

In this context, IDC Portugal and Papersoft are organizing an executive lunch focused on “Digital Transformation and Business Process Changing“. This event will disclose the study on the maturity of document workflow in national organizations. The main goal is to enable the Portuguese organizations to benchmark against their peers and identify the needed steps to evolve their maturity.

When – May 5, 11:30-14:00

Where – Pestana Palace Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal

Registration – this is an exclusive, invitation-only event. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to


11:30 | Welcome-Coffee

12:00 | Presentation of IDC study – Maturity of document workflow in national organizations – Timothy Figueiró, Research & Consulting Manager, IDC Portugal

12:45 | Discussion and Lunch

14:00 | Closing