Paul Abdool

Mr. Abdool is the vice president of enterprise solutions for Solimar Systems, Inc.. He uses his 17 years of document industry experience to help customers develop and optimize their automated document factories with process automation, workflow solutions and professional services. Prior to joining Solimar, he served as director of production workflow automation at Ricoh. His experience includes positions with National Paper Goods, Pitney Bowes Canada, KUBRA and IKON Office Solutions.

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Jan. 12 2016
Back in the late 1990s, creating a “document strategy” was all the craze. Organizations began to realize that they had to get control of their company’s document creation and output....
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Nov. 2 2015
Software, hardware, who’s kidding who? Everything keeps improving to the point of making its predecessor obsolete. This is called progress. If everything stayed the same, we would still be hunting...
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Aug. 27 2015
As a good corporate citizen, you get up every day and support the pursuit of improving your organization’s bottom line. You either make things, sell your stuff, serve customers or keep the engine...
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Aug. 6 2015
For those of you that know me, I am on the road half of the year meeting with customers, prospects and industry leaders discussing document production and the business around it—everything from...
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June 24 2015
Many industries have software vendors who have created specific line-of-business applications to perform particular tasks. These tasks could be as simple as generating a response to an inbound customer...
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March 31 2015
When I first discussed participating in this blog for DOCUMENT Strategy, the editor suggested that I address “workflow tools to streamline the full document life cycle” and “end-to-end...
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Feb. 25 2015
At the turn of the last century, organizations typically elected to track the following three job statuses: 1. Job received 2. Job printed 3. Job shipped Eventually, this “job tracking” evolved...
There is an expression, “The only constant is change.” That certainly appears to be true in 2020, and especially so for communicators in almost every industry