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Do New Employees Think That Your Organization Looks Like a Computer Museum

Tip Sheet

In many ways, Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement are ultimately just a means to an end. What organizations are really seeking is Systems of Understanding or Insight that allow knowledge workers to access and understand information in the context of their business challenges, regardless of where that information is located.

This free Tip Sheet focuses on the characteristics of a modern information infrastructure.  Find out more!

Why Should You Care About Real-Time Capture?

Article

Why should your organization care about the differences between real-time capture and batch capture? Each has a purpose and benefit to an organization, based on the need, information type, and value it represents in relation to operational outcomes. Many businesses today, are facing increased demands to capture information from unique applications immediately, and address multi-channel capture at the first touch-point of content. They are looking for ways to identify and harness the power of the most effective and efficient capture services to automate the capture process and integrate it with business critical processes and workflows. These developing requirements are defining the discussions around real-time capture.


The Big Data Opportunities in Human Resources

Article

Download this article to discover how PDF technologies can be applied to human resources, and find out what’s the big deal about big data.


What Are Open Platforms?

Article

What exactly does it mean to have an “open platform”? The perception is that an open platform has no restrictions or limitations; an open platform is agnostic. Yet reality is that there could be some limitations or restrictions. For example, there are ECM solutions that are built upon a proprietary database and are still considered to be “open”. The reason being they support a specific set of open standards for interoperability and integration. While the concept is sound, and many businesses look to a day where interoperability and integration across the enterprise is achieved, AIIM research finds that only 8% of organizations have accomplished this.


4 Steps to Leverage What You Already Have

Tip Sheet

Digital Disruption. Digital Experiences. They are on the wish list for just about every C-level executive. But where do you start? How do you move from the hype to value? A good place to start is by leveraging the capabilities you likely already have – scanning, capture, and the digital mailroom – and extending them into the core processes that you use to run your business. Here are 4 steps to insure success:

  1. Leverage what you already have as a starting point on the Transformation journey.
  2. Move from paper capture to information capture.
  3. Transform Core Business Processes.
  4. Transform Customer Experiences.

Understanding the Key Obstacles to Your Capture and Workflow Project – and How to Overcome Them

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The “past” of ECM and process automation projects casts a long shadow. In the late 1990s, Enterprise Content Management became a mainstream technology (at least for large organizations) by first focusing on early adopters eager to automate high-value, mission-critical, and document-intensive processes critical to gaining competitive advantage. In this high-stakes environment, it didn’t really matter whether the technology was expensive, custom, and complicated.  All of that has changed.

Find out more in our new Tip Sheet.


Why Should You Get Rid of Your Old Capture Solution

Tip Sheet

Most organizations have antiquated document scanning and capture systems that are creating five key vulnerabilities. 

Find out how to plug these security holes in our new Tip Sheet.


4 Challenges in Taking Capture to the Next Level

Tip Sheet

In a recent AIIM survey we investigated the question of what information capture “leadership” looks like in user organizations. What does information capture look like in leading organizations that want to position this competency not only as a source of immediate competitive advantage, but also as a long-term competency critical to the coming era of machine learning?

What are the problems that organizations are experiencing with their capture implementations as they consider this evolution? This Tip Sheet focuses on the 4 key problem areas that surfaced in our survey.

6 Key Challenges for Transportation and Logistics Companies

Tip Sheet

We usually think of transportation and logistics challenges in terms of the physical mechanics of transporting an item from point A to point B. And while that certainly remains an important part of the T&L equation, future market leaders in this industry will need to focus on 6 key trends – information management trends – that are redefining the T&L landscape.

Download this FREE tip sheet and learn how to use innovative information management practices to solve key T&L challenges.


Logistics Isn't Just About Moving Physical Things Around

Tip Sheet

Organizations have long struggled with these core “information logistics” questions:  Syncing, Migrating, Archiving, and Disposing.  And more importantly, when to choose which.

Download this Tip Sheet to discover 3 reasons why these core information logistics issues are more challenging than ever before.



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