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Protect the Content, Not The Location: Anywhere Security For a Hyper Connected World

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In this report, we look at information rights management (IRM) and how it works to protect content in motion and as well as at rest.

Document Process Intelligence: Extending BI and BPM to Improve Document-Centric Business Processes

White Paper

In this report we look at potential benefits of Document Process Intelligence - the ability to monitor document-centric business processes even when no BPM is available - the issues users consider a priority, and the benefits they have achieved. The report provides recommendations on how to evaluate and proceed in evaluating and selecting document process intelligence solutions.

Consumerization of IT: When Productivity Trumps Control

Digital transformation is here, and it’s bringing the consumerization of IT to our doorstep. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how you can increase productivity bring your teams together in the process. We’ll examine how to: collaborate in the cloud; allow customization without IT developer intervention; automate your workflows; drive action and insight; and accelerate your success.

ECM Decisions – Strategic Options for Managing, Accessing and Preserving Content

In this infographic, we set out six key points to consider for the future of your ECM or SharePoint system, along with survey findings as to how the rest of the AIIM community are making their strategy  choices. Use this to kick-start discussion in your organization.

Content in the Field: Capture It, Process It, and Get Work Done!

Your customers and constituents get around -- and they create and consume a lot of business content related to your products and services. Now you can get that information and put it to work now, right from the point of service; in regional offices, in the field and in their homes. With smartphones and tablets, you can capture images and documentation for faster, more accurate and more cost effective processes.

Who's Afraid of Mobile Capture?

Mobile document capture is transforming the way organizations use content in the field and on the go. In Europe, organisations like ABN AMRO Bank are using it for a variety of everyday processes. AIIM President John Mancini leads our exciting webinar that dispels any fear of moving toward mobile in your organisation and offers three important pieces of advice.

Revealed: The 5-Step Formula for Reducing Document Capture Costs

In this interactive webinar and you’ll learn the 5-step formula for reducing document capture costs. This formula can be applied to any document-driven application, in any industry, and eliminates the biggest capture headaches: receiving documents from any channel, reducing document preparation and manual paper sorting, capturing information from any document, and getting information to downstream systems and processes more quickly. Attendees will hear real-world case studies of organizations that have applied the formula to applications in banking, auto lending, healthcare and property management.

ECM Hurdles a Barrier: Managing Document Processes within ERP Business Suites

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In this report, we will look at the issues that arise from uncoupled or loosely coupled ECM and ERP systems, the potential benefits of closely coupled systems, and the factors to take into account when considering content integration between core business systems, and across the enterprise.

You Manage Your Business – Outsourcing Manages the Rest

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In this report we look at how outsourcing enterprise content management (ECM) allows the organization to maintain their focus on driving business, leveraging provider expertise in deploying and maintaining the ECM environment, allowing employees to focus on their core business activities.

Sign Here – Advantages of eSignature and ECM Going Mobile

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In this white paper we look at how financial institutions must rise to meet  client demands. In other words, mobility is a must, flexibility to meet client demands is required, and the ability to work remotely, as if being in an office environment, is compulsory.
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