Solving complex content management problems and advancing digital transformation projects are key priorities for enterprises today. New innovations around content automation are creating opportunities to align and address shared business and IT goals.
Toronto, Canada. (PRWEB) March 8, 2016 Showcasing best-of-breed technology companies that deliver solutions built on industry knowledge, experience and innovation, the “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management” represents the most creative, customer-driven and insightful organizations delivering the content management answers customers are seeking.
“Adlib is delighted to be highlighted and recognized for ground breaking work in content standardization and Information Governance-driven technology. We pride ourselves on being the best at helping our customers derive maximum value from their content along its entire lifecycle,” says Peter Duff, CEO of Adlib.
“Being named to our list of 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management is a prestigious designation because it represents the best in innovation, creativity and functionality,” says KMWorld Editor Sandra Haimila. “The 100 Companies offer solutions designed to help users and customers find what they need whenever and wherever they need it … and what they need is the ability to access, analyze and share crucial knowledge.”
Organizations are placing Information Governance at the top of their key priorities list; and in so doing they are looking to technology solutions to automate business processes and facilitate digitization initiatives. By standardizing unstructured content (including Word documents, drawings, emails and other non-database types of content) to flexible formats that can be shared across and outside of the enterprise, other critical business processes can be facilitated, such as data extraction, de-duplication, content fingerprinting, classification and long-term digital preservation. Adlib is changing the way organizations look at content as well as how they approach Information Governance technology investments.
Working closely with customers and partners in leading global organizations in financial services, life sciences and energy has allowed Adlib to build on its strength as the leader in Advanced Rendering capabilities. Recognized as the Gold Standard in content standardization, they have built on this foundation to help customers automate processes, optimize and extract maximum value from massive volumes of unstructured content and achieve their knowledge management goals.
Scott Mackey, Adlib co-founder and VP, Customer Success says, “The information we gather from our customers forms the launch pad for innovative product development and customer experience programs at Adlib and has allowed us to make a profound impact on our industry by delivering cutting-edge technologies like content normalization, analysis, fingerprinting, de-duplication and progressive classification. We are proud to be nominated to such a prestigious list of organizations and look forward to continuing to work with customers to drive innovation in our industry.”
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KMWorld (http://www.kmworld.com) is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market and covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management, informing more than 30,000 subscribers about the components and processes - and subsequent success stories - that together offer solutions for improving business performance.
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As the global leader in Advanced Rendering, Adlib helps organizations in the Energy, Life Sciences, Insurance and Banking sectors, among others, enhance document-centric processes by unlocking the value in unstructured content. Integrating with key business tools, Adlib’s sophisticated data extraction and classification approach enables improved compliance, customer experience, collaboration and the long-term digital preservation of critical business information.