Insight

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Get a complete view of the customer -- and act upon it
Extract valuable business data to improve business decisions
Improve collaboration with customers, employees, and partners


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AIIM Conference 2017 - Keynote: Bringing it all Home

During this closing keynote session, Peggy Winton takes us on a trip down memory lane.

AIIM Conference 2017 - Town Hall - Project Success Factor: Extensibility

Hear from leading solution providers as they share examples of systems that scaled well when tested by larger demands within organizations like Western Union, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and IGas.

AIIM Conference 2017 - Town Hall Session: Project Success Factors - Agility

Hear from leading solution providers as they share examples of agility within organizations like PAPCO, a global property/casualty insurer and Nationwide.

AIIM Conference 2017 - Keynote: Through the Years and by the Numbers: A Community on the Move

During the AIIM Conference 2017, Peggy Winton AIIM President, and John Mancini, AIIM's Chief Evangelist took us on a journey through the decades of information management.

AIIM Conference 2017 - Town Hall Session: Project Success Factors - Empowerment

Hear from leading solution providers as they share examples of empowerment within customer organizations like Hershey, a government transport agency, a multi-national healthcare provider, and an investor communications/securities processing firm.

AIIM Conference 2016 - The E3 Method for Collaboration: Engagement, Expectation, and Enthusiasm

Successful collaboration with customers and employees requires early support. The E3 Method is used to build engagement, set expectations and gain enthusiastic support for projects and initiatives. The E3 formula can be used to drive projects from identification of need to execution and on-going operations.

AIIM Conference 2016 - What Lessons Can We Learn About Online Collaboration From Office Furniture Giant, Steelcase, Inc.

As part of Steelcase’s internal growth they quickly realized that ensuring they attract the best talent meant rethinking the way they worked and collaborated. Insisting teams physically co-located was limiting, so rethinking this requirement allowed Steelcase to set off on an online collaboration journey.  Danielle Galmore is the Director of New Business Innovation for Steelcase, Inc,  she will share some of the lessons learnt along the way; both in terms of challenges and successes; the many tools they embraced to achieve this; and where they are now in this journey.

AIIM Conference 2016 - Technology Pioneers, Explorers & Radicals, Oh My!

Who ever thought a baby boomer could bring your ECM deployment to a standstill? Although no one likes stereotypes, there is no denying the similarities and differences within and across generations. Why do Gen X-ers prefer to decentralize information management and governance while the Millennials choose to centralize and standardize? This interactive and entertaining session will explore how you can benefit from generational variations to support the success of your information management initiatives.

AIIM Conference 2016 - How Regulatory Data Can Set the Narrative for an Analytics Opportunity

The potential is here‚ let's face it, harnessing the power of information through insights has the potential to drive a revolution in every business vertical. But where do you start? Within highly regulated businesses like Broadridge, regulations themselves can prevail as the catalyst for adoption for these initiatives. Why? Because we can establish clear links between the analytical narratives and measurable business value.

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.
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