Is Progressive Classification™ the answer to truly making content valuable?

Date: Thursday July 14, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM (EST)
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Extracting value from content. It sounds simple, doesn’t it? Yet Fortune 500 organizations stumble when trying to not only extract value from content, but to find the information that matters! The key? Effective de-duplication coupled with bucketing with speed. This allows you to:

  • Reduce ROT (Redundant, Obsolete, Trivial) content – did you know that 69% of content is ROT
  • Find, filter & focus on the information that matters
  • Enable effective and intelligent search
  • Gain clarity into data
  • Enable collaboration across teams

As the star player of the Adlib Content Elevation Process™, Content Fingerprint-enabled Progressive Classification™ allows organizations to find the information that matters, and extract value from it to pull ahead of the competition and make winning plays. On July 14 we’ll host a live webinar discussing how Progressive Classification is changing the game on how organizations look at and understand their content.

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Rupin Mago

Rupin Mago

Chief Evangelist

With close to 15 years of experience working with unstructured content, Rupin consults with Adlib’s customers and partners to help them leverage business data for growth and insight. His diverse background in the document management playing field provides a solid foundation for the talks he gives around the globe, educating both business and technical audiences on how to enhance content management systems with Advanced Rendering. Rupin is passionate about enabling organizations to speed up their journey to complete Information Governance by eliminating Dark Data, mitigating risk, meeting compliance demands and allowing advanced data extraction through Adlib’s innovative technology platform. Catch him if you can: Rupin has embarked on the ambitious quest to rid enterprises of useless content and shed light on what improved content management practices can do.