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2017 State of Information Management: Are Businesses Digitally Transforming or Stuck in Neutral?

Industry Watch

In this comprehensive report, we look at how private and public organizations move to adopt and implement the latest technologies to build out their information management ecosystems and digitally transform their operational processes, there are challenges to be overcome in extending the capabilities—once confined to the desktop—beyond the corporate walls to extended transactional processes.

Using Analytics – automating processes and extracting knowledge

Industry Watch

In this comprehensive report, we take an in-depth look at the take-up of analytics applications, the success factors and outcomes, integration across repositories, and the issues, benefits and ROI resulting from analytics use. Above all, we look at the progress of organizations moving towards the incorporation of analytics to automate their business processes, and extract valuable customer and business knowledge to enhance their decision-making processes.

Paper-Free in 2016 - Are we there yet?

Industry Watch

In this comprehensive report, we take an in-depth look at the amount of paper in the office, the impediments to removing it, the take up of digital mailrooms and multi-channel capture, and the increasing exploitation of mobile and cloud. Above all, we look at the progress towards paper-free processes, the triggers and decision-making processes, and the issues, benefits and ROI.

The Impact of SharePoint - 2016

Industry Watch

In this comprehensive report, we look at the perceptions of SharePoint and SharePoint 2016, business drivers, technology infrastructure, benefits, technical requirements, and purchase and spend plans of responding organizations. Each section presents our findings along with the analyst’s views. The report concludes with a summation and recommendations organizations can apply to their business, based on the survey findings.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Where to begin? Establishing a Global ECM Program at a Fortune 500 company

This presentation will explore how Cummins responded to a Records Information Management Internal Audit and how they were able to establish an ECM Program that includes a strategic ECM roadmap, governance plan, audit response, and domain capability model.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Automating Image Capture for Fun and Profit

Simply finding an image capture solution capable of handling a wide array of complex, non-standard documents to fulfill a commitment to federal regulators is a difficult task on its own, never mind implementing one. Learn how United Bank successfully adapted advanced technology to address its document management challenges, reducing operating costs, and they did it all in under a year.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Taking Paper Out of Edmonton Public Schools

Edmonton Public Schools has gone digital by managing the student records for 80,000 students using an online repository. With over 12K staff members having secure and restricted access, the system has specialized content inputs from the Student Information System, schools, the provincial government and various service providers. Hear how we made this project a success and our plans to make it even better.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Implementing Automated Retention at the European Central Bank

The European Central Bank is in the process of implementing automated retention in its electronic document and records management system. Get an inside look at how the European Central Bank will roll this project out from the preparatory phase through project completion and the important lessons that have been learned so far. Learn the milestones and metrics for success in completing a project of this scope.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Information Management is Hard. Guess What? Your Customers Don't Care

The consumerization of IT. The nexus of forces. The SMAC stack. Whatever you call it, the industry of information management is at a cross-roads. The technology available in our personal lives, like mobile and cloud, has fundamentally changed the expectations of our customers and employees. It’s not okay anymore to wait for information. So, how do we do it? Connecting your systems. Providing instant information. Staying agile.

AIIM Conference 2016 - The Last Mile in Information Management

There’s a disconnect in information management. It’s called the “last mile.” Stakeholders in information management seek to deliver greater value by ascribing records management policy to stored data. If accurate, defensible records policy could systematically be applied to data, the industry could pave the way to automated defensible destruction. Learn as Matt Hillery, digital policy expert at Iron Mountain, explains how the advent of modern policy management software and abundant, low-cost web services establishes the business case for making data smarter and more compliant than ever. Hear what steps you can take to close the last mile in information management in your own organization.

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