Featured ECM Content

  1. Change Management: Can You Afford To Do Nothing?

    One of the biggest obstacles to deploying new technology isn’t a technical problem at all, but rather, it is an organizational one – change management.

  2. Shred Days Are Not Good Days

    There are a number reasons organizations devote time and resource to internal governance standards around information management policies, especially in terms of the retention and disposition of data. The most compelling reason is to ensure regulatory compliance and legal preparedness. The next is budgetary — that is, making sure data that is deemed as not possessing long term value is disposed of so that IT resources are not consumed with "junk." By Bill Tolson, Vice President of Marketing, Archive360

  3. Digital Transformation’s Increasingly Important Role

    Catie Kolander, product marketing manager at Laserfiche specializing in the Laserfiche Digital Transformation Model and Laserfiche Cloud, recently took time to speak with ECM Connection about the digital workplace, what’s enabling it, and more.

  4. Intelligent Capture. Done Right.

    It may be time to think differently about the business process services your organization delivers.

  5. Document Scanning Workstations Improve Mail- and Document-Handling Operations For Key Client

    When it comes to document management, productivity and accuracy are critical and require enterprise-class technology to ensure efficiency and traceability. EXL was able to improve efficiency by several hours per day and reduce resource requirements significantly using OPEX® FalconRED® and Falcon® document scanners for a high-volume customer.

  6. How To Improve Employee Engagement With A Mobile App Platform

    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.

  7. Does Data Conversion Equate To Destroying Evidence?

    When faced with the need to archive data (usually email) due to regulatory requirements, eDiscovery responsibilities, or business requirements, most organizations have historically sought solutions based on capabilities, cost, vendor reputation, security, and regulatory requirements. Pretty straightforward, right? Organizations that required archiving solutions purchased one of the many on-premises or cloud-based solutions that met their needs. By Bill Tolson, Vice President of Marketing, Archive360

  8. RF-CUNY Upgrades ECM System To Reduce Administration Bottlenecks And Improve Efficiencies

    The Research Foundation of the City University of New York (RF-CUNY) serves the nation’s largest urban public university, and manages grant awards exceeding $410 million in areas ranging from research in the natural and social sciences, training, job placement, curriculum planning, assessment, program evaluation, media production, and software development. The foundation has roughly 12,000 employees who serve in a variety of functions throughout CUNY’s 24 colleges, professional schools and off campus sights. The RF’s main function is to offer flexibility and respond quickly to the changing conditions and requirements of its many sponsors.

  9. Rest Your Weary Fingers — Voice Activation Is Coming To A CRM Near You

    We spend a lot of time talking to our gadgets these days. Whether we’re seeking directions from Siri or weather updates from Alexa, speech is quickly becoming a preferred means of communicating with technology. A future once at our fingertips now rests at the tips of our tongues.

  10. Document Management Company Increases Output And Delivers High-Quality Service With New Scanner Fleet

    The Maverick Group’s excellent work has led to sustained expansion for two decades. And in recent years, that impressive growth curve began to turn even more sharply upward thanks to an ever-growing list of projects completed on-time and error-free. As company President Jose Rodriguez looked to the future, he began to question whether the company’s existing devices could keep up.