The "digital mailroom revolution" has been just around the corner for many years. But technology on its own does not drive change without providing a demonstrable benefit to the end user. Even so, the risks can be too significant for adoption to reach a tipping point. The digital mailroom, trumpeted for years by many industry leaders, is a perfect example. But are the barriers of the past simply challenges that may yet be overcome? Learn more.
As companies look for ways to improve data management and analytics while reducing costs and eliminating paper-based processes, the mailroom is increasingly a target of attention. A significant amount of essential enterprise data flows through the mailroom (along with payments and packages), making its operations key in digital transformation initiatives.
Guest Column | By Molly Thompson, YMCA Greater Charlotte
An increasing number of not-for-profit (NFP) organizations are starting to take a more strategic approach to how they engage their employees. This makes sense on multiple levels, since high engagement levels are required for the success of any NFP's internal and external communications strategy.
Despite having two years to prepare, many organizations are still struggling with how to appropriately and reasonably comply with GDPR, all the while fielding questions from customers and business partners about their GDPR compliance. EU data protection regulators are soon likely to begin taking action against organizations they believe are not complying with GDPR, so how can your organization appropriately and reasonably comply?