The Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) recently conducted a survey to better understand the needs of businesses regarding information management and whether they’ve made enterprise content management part of their digital transformation in 2017. According to the survey, return on investment (ROI), increased productivity, compliance and risk mitigation are key focus areas for businesses that are looking to better manage their information. (more…)
I can remember the day that I got a house key from my father. This was so exciting – since I was now responsible enough to come and go without an adult at home. (And I was responsible enough not to lose the key.)
For my parents, giving me that key was not only a responsibility issue, but a security issue. Security was a hot topic at the AIIM (Association Information and Image Management) 2016 conference that we recently attended. That’s not a surprise, since one of the business concerns that we always have to overcome when selling enterprise content management to a customer is overcoming risks: security of the data.
At AIIM, speaker Mark Brousseau, president of Brousseau and Associates, tackled the security topic asking the simple question: Think Your Scanned Images Are Safe? Think Again.
We know that every organization has its own unique set of business challenges.
Whether you’re a manufacturing company producing auto parts or a pharmaceutical company producing heart medication, you both deal with paper. And, in most cases, too much of it. When you hear the term “Go Paperless,” most people think it means that paper is completely removed. That’s neither accurate nor possible. What going paperless really means is that you pinpoint the areas of your business that are paper-heavy, manually driven and time-consuming and then streamline those areas to improve efficiency. Streamlining will involve some type of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution that utilizes workflow and automation to replace those processes that are slowing you down and costing you too much time and money.