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Where Are You on your Digital Transformation Journey? 6 Criteria to Measure your Company’s Readiness for Future Success

The path to your company’s longevity and future success is not simply "more technology." While technology is certainly the enabler, you need to invest heavily on a strategic and cultural shift within the organization. Join us as we discuss the reasons why you need to understand where you are today, plan for your desired future state, and map how to get there. To accomplish this, we’ll outline 6 criteria to measure your digital maturity. Companies that truly transform themselves will become the new leaders, the "built to last" organizations of the future. By contrast, laggards in will have to become highly reactive just to survive. And it’s more than just survival – it’s about succeeding. And we’ll show you how.

8 Benefits of an Enterprise File Sync and Share Solution

Tip Sheet

Organizations often wring their hands worrying about the Dropbox effect -- employees using unsanctioned and consumer grade file sync and share solutions to improve their own personal productivity. Instead of fighting an uphill battle to get users to change their behavior, suppose organizations embraced the consumer revolution and adopted an enterprise-grade file sync and share solution? What are the key benefits of adding enterprise file synch and share (EFSS) capabilities to your ECM strategy?

Enterprise Content Management: What I Have - What I Need

White Paper

Download this white paper to take a look at what a number of organizations have established currently in relation to ECM, and in turn, explore what they need in the future.

Trendscape: Infonomics - How Do You Measure the Value of Information

White Paper

AIIM gathered 86 leaders in information management from around the world and asked, 'How do you measure the value of information?'

Explore the conversation, understand why organizations don't manage their information assets with the same seriousness as their financial ones, and gain insight on how some organizations are starting to make headway.  

SharePoint: Determine Your Next Move

Join AIIM’s chief analyst Bob Larrivee and a panel of speakers, as they bring to life some of the key highlights and trends from our SharePoint research. Learn how organizations like yours are succeeding with SharePoint by: extending its collaboration and content management functionalities; enhancing its broad enterprise information management and governance capabilities; and preparing for their investment for the future.

Information Professionals: Where we came from and where we're going

White Paper

In this paper you will learn what skills you'll need to stay relevant in this rapidly changing environment.

Information Management - 2016 and Beyond

eBook

In this paper, I have provided a compilation of our 2015 Industry Watch research data along with some of my views on where we are headed in 2016 and beyond. I encourage you to download it today to get some of the most insightful research in our industry.

Content Analytics Trendscape

Trendscape

AIIM brought its industry think tank, the Executive Leadership Council, together to discuss the impact of the content analytics in the next one to two years. This reports summarizes their discussion, insights, and directives.

2016 - The Year We Conquer Information Chaos

Join AIIM President John Mancini and IBM's Toby Bell for a thought-provoking discussion on how agility and usability have become the core success factors in the content management industry. Get a head start on your 2016 efforts to reign in your organization’s information management challenges.

Is Shared Content Services the Answer to our Knowledge and Information Access?

Learn how a consolidated and centralized solution could be your answer to needing a repository of knowledge and information where staff can easily get to it and find value. With a shared content service approach, teams will be able to bring better insights into decision making processes and have it available, actionable, and dynamic.
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