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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.

Transform your Company through Modern Process Applications

For our UK and European community. Learn how to gain business intelligence without complex IT time, resources, or intervention using BPM software to model and create modern process applications. Once the processes are clearly illustrated, business units can easily identify potential bottlenecks and problem areas, and decide ways to improve and transform operations. And hear how a UK company with over 4,000 locations transformed their point solution into a strategic enterprise platform.

Curated Content – Focused Knowledge Insights

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In this report, we look at how applying the lens of curation to information can provide tremendous value in a number of use cases.

Transform your Company through Modern Process Applications

Learn how to gain business intelligence without complex IT time, resources, or intervention using BPM software to model and create modern process applications. Once the processes are clearly illustrated, business units can easily identify potential bottlenecks and problem areas, and decide ways to improve and transform operations. What have you not been able to accomplish to move your business forward?

Putting Archived Content into Play

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Converting paper-based archives to digital, hosted on a cloud server, managed by a specialist services provider, and available to whoever has the right to see them, can provide the long-term solution for architects, constructors, facilities managers, building owners and plant operators.

The Future of ECM: New Models for Success

The role of information in organizations today was the topic of discussion at the recent AIIM15. One thing is clear: the future of ECM will be very different. Join AIIM President John Mancini describes that future and the new models that will guide that journey.

Optimizing SharePoint and Office 365 for Workflow and Forms

In this webinar, we’ll explore more of AIIM’s latest research on the state of SharePoint. We’ll discuss the shift of SharePoint to Office 365 in the cloud, and explore solutions to address workflow and forms. There’s still a strong commitment to making SharePoint work – 75% of respondents say this. So tune in for more ideas on how SharePoint can work for your organization.

ECM and the Cloud: My Documents or Our Documents

Demand for flexible and secure collaborative workplaces that extend beyond enterprise walls is increasingly on the rise. Mobile workers, partners, and suppliers working together must have access to vital project centric documents. These same documents are and should always be considered corporate assets.  Find recommendations in this infographic.  

Who is Responsible for Information in the New Data World? 5 Keys for Good Data Governance

In this webinar, we’ll discuss ways to create a framework to not only manage the information and data in your business, but also answer within the structure of your organization who should be responsible for your data. We’ll outline 5 key steps to ensuring good data governance so you can take control of your business once again.

A Winning ECM Recipe: Simplicity On the Frontend – Sophistication On the Backend

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Setting up a simple-to-use yet robust and compliant ECM environment is paramount if organizations expect their employees to embrace the system and maximize the benefits that can be achieved with it. User adoption is essential to ensure business needs are met, compliance is maintained, and information management practices are carried out consistently across the department and enterprise.
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