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5 Reasons Building Information Modeling is Important

AIIM Tip Sheet

Linkages between physical and virtual worlds is ultimately at the heart of the internet of things. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an example. Per the UK's National Business Specification (NBS), owned by the Royal Institute of British Architects: "BIM describes the means by which everyone can understand a building through the use of a digital model which draws on a range of data assembled collaboratively, before during and after construction. Creating a digital Building Information Model enables those who interact with the building to optimize their actions, resulting in a greater whole life value for the asset."

4 Workplace Changes That Should Drive Your Collaboration Strategy

AIIM Tip Sheet

How are organizations embracing collaborative technologies? How will the nature of work change between now and 2020? What are the measures that we should be watching? Will changes in the nature of work fundamentally impact the competitive outcomes of organizations, or will we look back on this period of experimentation as a fad that will pass? Let's look at 4 key changes in the workplace that are driving collaboration strategies.

Reducing the Insurance Paper Mountian - An Intelligent Approach to Getting it Right

White Paper

In this paper, we explore how the insurance sector can improve their operational efficiencies by removing paper from their processes.

Reducing the Insurance Paper Mountian - An Intelligent Approach to Getting it Right


In this infographic, we explore the intelligent approach to reducing paper in the insurance industry.

What We Learned from the AIIM Community in 2016 and What we see in 2017


This eBook recaps the highlights and findings from our 2016 research, offers some conclusions we have drawn based on the responses collected from the AIIM community, and provides a look at what we see ahead for 2017.

7 Key Changes in Content Management

AIIM Tip Sheet

In this tip sheet, AIIM’s Chief Evangelist John Mancini outlines 7 key areas where Information Management is advancing to Content Services and a look at some changes 2017/2018 will bring to the market.

4 Facts Savvy CFOs Must Know about Process Transformation

AIIM Tip Sheet

For many CFOs, the demand for financial process transformation represents an enormous opportunity. This is an opportunity to not only dramatically improve operations and reduce costs (a traditional role for the CFO), but to also leverage this experience to become the hub for digital business process transformation initiatives throughout the organization.

4 Things you Need to Know to Build a Sound EFSS Strategy

AIIM Tip Sheet

There's a growing demand by and for employees to share and collaborate on documents with people inside and outside of their organizations. As a result, businesses must carefully assess their file sharing needs. From customers and vendors to constituents and auditors, information must be made available to a variety of stakeholders in a timely and secure manner to reach and maintain effective operations and service levels. We know organizations are aware that enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) can bring benefits to their organization.

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.

3 Strategic Choices Facing HR Professionals

AIIM Tip Sheet

Many organizations have reaped enormous benefits from more effectively managing the unstructured information association with core Human Resources processes. That's the good news. The bad news is that MOST organizations have not yet moved down the path of HR automation, creating huge inefficiencies and risks in their hiring, retaining, employee servicing and firing practices.

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