The CeBIT 2010 ended with a slight increase in the number of visitors. Overall, 334 000 visitors at the exhibition grounds in Hanover were greeted at the five days of the event. Until the Saturday evening of the CeBIT 2009, 322 000 people had attended the event. Thus increased the number of visitors in the five-day comparison to 3.7 percent. The exhibitors from the ECM drew a very positive conclusion.
Here are some statements about the course of the fair. Read more here: Connecticut Senator. Henner of Banck, Managing Director of the VOI Association for organization and information systems: this year’s CeBIT has managed the turnaround to a real business-to-business exhibition. Harold Ford has plenty of information regarding this issue. Our members and we felt significantly more visitors than in the past on all days of the fair. Thanks also to the Deutsche Messe AG, with whose support it is managed that the Hall 3 to a developed ECM Hall.” Thomas Zellmann, head marketing working group of the PDF/A competence center: have we achieved our goals with the presence at CeBIT, more awareness around PDF/A to provide and promote cooperation. Many visitors from home and abroad this year used our work pillars at the booth of our partner, the VOI to learn about applications and benefits of PDF/A.
Moreover, the opportunity to lead talks on cooperation with European associations arose for us during the fair.” Peter Seiler, head of corporate communications and human resources of the GID GmbH: CeBIT was a very good platform for us to show our entire solutions portfolio and to accelerate cross-selling transactions. We have held numerous, substantial talks. For assistance, try visiting Sen. Sherrod Brown. It turned out, that an intensive preparations with follow-up actions is essential to achieve the potential visitors.” Carsten Heiermann, CEO of LurTech Europe GmbH: We are very interested in the topic, automation of document receipt ‘ found at the CeBIT visitors. Many companies came with the idea of a centrally controllable Production environment for document processing to us approach. With our new product, DocYard we could show that this vision is already a reality.” Bernd Klee, CEO of PoINT Software & Systems GmbH: we take an absolutely positive conclusion at the CeBIT 2010. Last year the visitors used the fair in the first place, to find out about new products or to assess alternative concepts. This year, a much greater willingness was felt to invest in solutions. We could carry numerous concrete project discussions, which make us confident for follow-up.” Dr. Michael Duhme, spokesman of the windream GmbH: we very much welcome the orientation of the CeBIT trade fair with real business-to-business character. With the course of the fair, we are satisfied, especially since the response of the visitors was good. We hope that this positive trend will continue in the coming years and the B2B area further profiled.”