We all know that you can’t be everywhere all the time, hence my efforts to write this series of blogs on Adlib participating in the K2 FASTFWD Roadshow.
If the challenges of document-to-PDF conversion are at the top of your mind these days, then odds are you might have just come across one of my blogs. We’ve tried our best to provide full coverage to share and spread our expertise on document-to-PDF technologies. We have carefully chosen the cities to participate on this roadshow from NYC in the east coast to Denver in the middle to Vancouver and San Francisco out on the west coast. In addition to this, I have tried to be fairly regular in writing the blogs on pre- and post-event analysis to help out those who still are way far off from these cities and events.
Understanding content capture
The discussions at these events are interesting and thought provoking. For example, just to give you some flavor, one of the topics covered is content capture. When you come to think about it, content capture can be of two types, at a very high level – digital and paper. For the sake of this discussion, let’s keep only digital capture on the table since paper capture is an entirely different monster.
How do you deal with web content (such as forms from a website)?
How do you capture social media related content?
How do you decide what to do with structured and unstructured content?
What technologies should you deploy so that they are consistent across the enterprise?
How do you ensure that these technologies and processes are efficient, scalable and serve the purpose they’re supposed to?
The reason I raise these questions is because the ultimate goal of this entire exercise is that all such content is available to your decision-makers in the form and shape that makes sense and they’re able to derive valuable information from this content.