Featured ECM Content

  1. The Next Evolution Of Print Management

    Organizations in traditionally paper-intensive industries – legal, healthcare, financial services, and government, for example – have demonstrated strong success with print management tools. These are software-based solutions for tracking, measuring, monitoring, reporting and managing worker behavior and the printed output produced by office imaging equipment and copier fleets. Gartner has referred to printers as “the goldmine in the hallway.” With an estimated 1-3 percent of a company’s annual revenue being consumed by document production, print management initiatives offer extensive opportunities for cost reduction.

  2. Addressing A Key Hurdle To Digital Transformation: Modernizing Information Systems

    Many businesses have embarked on “digital transformation” journeys with the goal of better understanding and anticipating market drivers and optimizing the end-to-end customer experience. But not everyone is prepared to overcome what has emerged as perhaps the greatest threat to achieving digital transformation: content chaos.

  3. Taking Social Services Digital

    County Department of Social Services — operating with a paper-based system for benefits applications and record keeping — finds itself overwhelmed by document volumes and logistical issues.

  4. Bending The Cost Curve: Are You Leaving Your Chips On The Table?

    Don't walk away from a process improvement project until you have put financial value around the expected gain and tied that back to your organization's key financial metrics. When you score a winning hand, use these methods to ensure that all those chips make it into your pocket.

  5. Simplify Your Document Management Playbook

    As the NFL prepares to kick off its regular season in September, fans are mulling over their favorite teams’ playoff chances, how well recently drafted rookies might perform, or perhaps whether the Philadelphia Eagles can repeat as Super Bowl Champions this season. Coaches, however, may be wondering if their newest players will grasp the nuances of their complex playbook.

  6. Oklahoma State University Maximizes Benefits Of Distributed Capture With Alaris S2070 Scanners

    Centralized scanning replaced. Yearly maintenance costs eliminated. Capture and information management improved.

  7. 5 Ways Your Sales Team Can Get More Out Of The Company’s CRM

    CRM platforms are already firmly ensconced within the sales technology and strategies of most small and midsized businesses. Sales teams have been using their CRMs for basic, day-to-day-functions -- such as managing customer information and tracking purchase history -- for decades. In that time, CRMs have faithfully served as a place to store data, log notes, and manage contacts.

  8. Digital Transformation: Revolutionizing Competitive Advantages

    Digital technologies are changing the face of business and administration as we know it. The constant evolution of the technology landscape and the widespread disruption that it causes means digital transformation is more relevant than ever. There is an ever-increasing pressure on businesses to remain competitive and meet customer expectations in the digital age, as well as for governments to enable transparency for its citizens. Most have already digitized at least some part of their workflows, be it through e-commerce, web- marketing efforts or the automation of repetitive tasks.

  9. The Ethics Of Responsible Document Management: How To Avoid Being A Non-Compliant Nightmare

    Regulatory compliance is a huge concern for companies in many industries, but the cost of failing in compliance efforts can be an even higher concern. Penalties, fines, loss of business, loss of client confidence, and even outright theft of confidential financial information can quickly add up and take a heavy toll on your business.

  10. Disorder In The Court: The Case For Document Scanning In The Legal, Insurance Industries

    Law firms and insurance companies are caught in the intersection of three common document management challenges – they process a high volume of documents; they are subject to stringent state and federal regulatory requirements; and they have to maintain their documents for retrieval for lengthy periods of time.