Automate your document conversion - Adlib invites you to complimentary breakfast session in Chicago!

By Raymond Sabharwal | March 13, 2014

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Register for the complimentary breakfast seminar in Chicago on March 20th: Automating Document Conversion in ECM

“The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.” - Bill Gates

Automated Document Conversion in ECM – Live Panel Discussion in Chicago, IL

We live in the age of “right now”. The age of instant gratification. The age of automation. And rightly so. With so much to accomplish and with cut-throat global competitiveness, abandoning automation will throw you back to medieval – if not to Neanderthal – times.

Many organizations have already embraced the philosophy of automation and implemented Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems in an effort to streamline workflows and manage content across the enterprise. Many larger organizations have multiple systems of this kind to address the many business challenges. These ECM’s can manage content and some of them do so very effectively. But what most of these systems lack is the ability to convert content to a standard format, and to automate the conversion process and standardized output. That’s why we’re bringing our seminar series to Chicago on March 20th, discussing automated document conversion within ECM’s. Sign up today to reserve your spot!

Basic vs. Advanced Rendering Tools

A very large section of businesses require content transformation. By that I mean doing things like creating a watermark on the document, merging documents from different file formats, inserting page numbers or version control or even a table of contents. Some even need to meet very stringent regulatory compliance requirements mandated by external or internal agencies. To achieve some or all of these features and automate them, basic rendering won’t suffice. These are sophisticated and advanced requirements and must be handled with Advanced Rendering. This fits in line with what Mr. Gates said. Once you integrate Advanced Rendering within your ECM, it will magnify the efficiency and at the same time highlight the inefficiencies as well.

Complimentary breakfast in Chicago! Register for the live panel discussion!

I would recommend signing up for this complimentary session to learn more about the benefits of Advanced Rendering and how it integrates within an ECM. This is a good opportunity to discuss your document conversion, rendering and automation challenges with a panel of experts in an interactive environment. You’ll get a chance to interact with;

  1. An AIIM analyst who will talk about the market landscape
  2. A live customer who is using Advanced Rendering and
  3. Adlib’s CEO who will share his experiences from his journey in this industry for the last 15 years and a glimpse of the Adlib product road-map.

Come join us and, I promise, this will be worth your time!

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