With the customer experience and digital transformation taking center stage at many Financial Services and Insurance organizations, there are three key priorities they’re looking at when trying to improve how they manage unstructured content.
While we’re not sure the music is better now than it was in the ‘80s, we do know that capture technology has undergone positive transformation and organizations should be leveraging it more than they are.
Litigation-readiness is dependent on clean, organized content. This post discusses how preparing unstructured content properly allows you to find relevant data quickly and easily.
California may have unique standing in how they approach the various aspects of Information Governance. Here are the Top 3 Signs of this based on personal experience in customer conversations.
No one likes to be told they are being negligent about something. After all, in the age of information, it’s easy to learn everything you need to know to ensure you’re as informed as possible.
While we can all agree that Watson is cutting edge cool, let’s stop and think for a moment about the content itself. This post explores the need to.
An open concept plan connecting finance to Information Governance for enterprise-wide efficiency.
SVP Customer Success and Marketing Scott Mackey discusses where we are on the spectrum of full, and magical, automation & how Google will certainly remain at the forefront.
As we celebrate the holiday season and reflect on the past, it’s also intriguing to look forward into next year and wonder what changes, disruptions, and new inventions will shape the market. In the enterprise technology market anything can happen.
As we all know, the Enterprise Content Management market is changing. It’s no longer good enough to simply provide the infrastructure – it’s imperative that organizations can derive business value from content.