M&A Series #3: Elevating Unstructured Content

Date: Tuesday August 09, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)
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Organizations dealing with the opportunities and challenges associated with mergers & acquisitions must have a solid strategy related to their structured and unstructured content. It is estimated that 90% of enterprise data is unstructured content and there is massive value and risk that needs to be understood so that it can be leveraged and controlled. Organizations are struggling to effectively manage huge volumes and varieties of fast moving content. They require proven solutions that help them organize their information to make intelligent business decisions and meet Information Governance objectives. In addition, they need to gain the ability to find information, improve collaboration within and outside of the organization, meet strict compliance demands, and ensure the appropriate security measures are applied to confidential documents.

We would like to invite you to our webinar on August 9th, 11 am ET.

We are pleased to join our partner fme for this educational session that will outline best practices you can leverage to get control over your content with a unique, proven approach revolutionized by Adlib Progressive Classification™. By using Progressive Classification, you can drive better business results and manage risk by unlocking the value in your company’s unstructured content.

  • Elevating Unstructured Content with Adlib Progressive Classification
  • Q & A

We are looking forward to sharing our expertise and real-world use cases with you in this web session. Please join us and let us know what your challenges are.

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Scott Mackey

Scott Mackey

Vice President, Customer Success
Adlib Software

As a founding partner and Vice President of Customer Success at Adlib, Scott has spent his entire career in content management, covering various elements of the industry including capture, archival, storage, document and records management and Enterprise Content Transformation. Scott has a passion for engaging with Adlib’s customers and partners to ensure that Adlib products, services and culture reflect their values. This company-wide customer focus includes specific oversight of the Customer Care, Support and Success teams. Scott’s contributions offer advice, perspective, and insight for any organization with Enterprise Content Transformation challenges. Scott is an avid blogger and featured speaker at many industry and trade events such as the Association for Information and Image Management(AIIM) and the Drug Information Association (DIA). Scott holds an Honours BA from the University of Toronto.