Gautam Kanwar I just returned from attending Quadient’s 2019 Global Inspire Days. It was an amazing event with more than 400 attendees and 23 countries represented. I have been to Quadient’s Inspire Days in the past, but this one was particularly impressive. First, the demographics have changed—more users were from enterprises than ever before. Additionally, this year Quadient Partners were introduced and invited to participate at a level that made us feel the value we provide to Quadient users seeking deeper, more efficient ways to use the technology. Chris Hartigan, Quadient’s Chief Solution Officer opened the event sharing Quadient’s commitment to future product development. He announced the company’s plan to open the technology’s API architecture, giving solutions providers like BelWo expanded ability to provide more customized design and content management solutions. BelWo’s Vice President, Doug Cox, our Delivery Leader, Deepak Goyal, and I attended many of the excellent sessions. One that really resonated with us was the third track that centered on migrations and conversions. There was a tremendous amount of valuable discussion in this session by large organizations who are struggling with the issue of how to accomplish a successful migration. I also participated in the panel session “Boosting Transformation & Migration Track: Insights from the Field, Partner Perspectives” moderated by Scott Draeger, Quadient’s VP of Customer Transformation. I shared my insights and experiences on successful implementation of CCM, managing projects and decommissioning legacy systems. Migration from any legacy system can be challenging, but it is strategically important in today’s world where digital transformation is the focus. Whether an organization needs to modernize a legacy solution or perform a complete technology shift to a new platform, having the resources to successfully do so will be key to experiencing a successful migration experience. Therefore, selecting the right CCM technology (like Quadient) and the right support partner who has a proven methodology and extensive migration experience (like BelWo) is critical to a successful initiative. Overall, Quadient’ s 2019 Global Inspire Days was executed with perfection and a success for the users, and for us as partners. We connected with Henri Dura, CEO Quadient during the event and enjoyed learning more about how our company can contribute to the success of Quadient’s future goals. Important to us at BelWo was the clear message that Quadient’s ecosystem of partners are, and will, continue to be included as one of the company’s major pillars for growth and expansion–and we are proud to be part of it.