To build the modern records management system of the future that delivers growth, innovation
and organizational agility.
Vice President of Enterprise Content Management, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.
President, Quality Associates Inc.
Guides agencies through digital performance transformations, enterprise-wide records compliance programs and records management integrations, leading to sustainable operational and financial impact and greater organizational health.
As a member of the Konica Minolta executive team, Scott Swidersky is involved in the overall management and direction of the organization. Among his managerial responsibilities, he serves as Vice President of Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Konica Minolta Business Solutions and is President of Quality Associates (QAI). With more than 20 years of experience in the document management field, Mr. Swidersky holds a deep understanding of compliance requirements and integrated solutions. Under his leadership, QAI is today recognized as a full-service systems integrator and value-added reseller (VAR) with a proven track record supporting organizations that require innovative document management and ECM solutions. Additionally, Mr. Swidersky played a key role in forming the QAI subsidiary, DocPoint Solutions (DocPoint), which provides a full range of consultative services, support and ECM software. Like its parent company, QAI, DocPoint is a certified GSA Federal Supply Service (FSS) contract holder. Mr. Swidersky holds a bachelor’s degree from Jacksonville University, Florida, and is an active member of the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM).
Senior BPO and M-19-21 Advisor
Enterprise Content Management (ECM),
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.,
Quality Associates Inc.
Serves federal agencies across multiple segments to develop customized, fully compliant records management programs and BPO solutions that deliver operations performance excellence while supporting data modernization efforts for paperless environments.
John Burgess is an accomplished executive and leading industry advisor with more than 20 years of experience in the document management field. As a member of the Konica Minolta ECM National Practice Group, he works with both federal and civilian organizations across the country to develop innovative records management strategies that leverage best practices and evolving technologies for successful paper-to-cloud digital transformations. Most recently, Mr. Burgess draws upon his extensive understanding of the document lifecycle to develop and put in place plans that address the complex M-19-21 compliance requirements issued by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Prior to joining QAI, he served as lead consultant for Ricoh, USA, where he focused on enterprise electronic content and records management programs that increased performance, advanced continuous quality improvement and delivered tangible business value. Mr. Burgess holds a bachelor’s degree from Franklin and Marshall College, Pennsylvania.