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While the comfort of well-known antiquated paper processes can seem alluring, maintaining the status quo can seriously hold a company back from reaching its full potential.Read More
Workflow management is central to business operations, which in turn is central to cost-effectively running your business and delivering your product or services to your clients.
A team of CEOs, CIOs, and analysts at the CIO Review came together to distinguish the best of the best in workflow management solutions, and they recently announced that DocuVantage is among the 20 most promising providers.
Check out the full article to find out why they think DocuVantage is revolutionizing the way to move and manage documents.Read More
Last week, we discussed the history of and current trends in Document Management and Enterprise Content Management (ECM). A great deal of your ability to manage and leverage information assets more effectively hinges on integrating Mobile, Analytics, Cloud, and Collaborative (MACC) technologies. Subsequently, however, you may need to become a digital enterprise.
When the folks over at CMSWire attended Amplexor’s Future of Document Management event, they ended up gathering some of the industry’s key people together in the same room. Their perspectives are valuable to anyone looking to keep up with today’s IT advancements, namely in workflow:Read More
We live in an era of constant disruption, especially in the world of technology. In other words, as soon as something new comes along, something newer immediately comes along to take its place. When the standard is set, something else resets it soon after.
When we think we’ve achieved what we want, something else comes along to show us things we didn’t even know we needed. This cycle has always been at work, but never before has progress moved at such a fast pace. It’s come to the point where we often don’t know where to draw the line between progressive and superfluous.
Data management, document management, and business process automation have undergone a particularly exponential upward swing. With advancements moving at the pace they do now, we can more accurately predict the trajectory of electronic content management (ECM).
If you’re wondering why we’re using that term instead of “document management”, per usual, it’s because is actually what DMS has become. And before DMS, the handling of data and information was something else. Here’s a glimpse into the past, present, and future of DMS/ECM, and what your organization should be prepared for as a result.Read More
You’ve probably been through this at least once: a company spends a lot of energy telling you about all the benefits its services offer, and you convert to a customer.
Then you come across a technical error, or you have a question, or you need access to some important info.
But when you contact them, they make you wait, they run through a script, they make you wait some more, they refer you to a bunch of different places and they come back with just enough of an answer to calm you down until the problem inevitably rears its head again.Read More
As the old adage goes, “There are two rules for success in life—Rule 1: Don't tell people everything you know. Rule 2: …” However, I know that document management isn’t as simple as some people would assume it is, and I’d be doing you a disservice if I didn’t pass along the knowledge to get a consistent system up and running. And consistency is key to an effective document management system. Consider this a miniature document management consultation.Read More
If you’re like most people, you’ve got some stacks of paper sitting on your desk awaiting your attention. But you’re super busy, and pretty soon you’re surrounded by a variety of piles and stacks – enough to make your blood pressure rise when you walk into the office.
In situations like this, confusion easily abounds and your productivity slowly decreases. You’re not sure where to find things, what’s important and what’s not, or where you should even put the stuff.
It’s easy for important documents to get misplaced or put at the bottom of the stack. Worst of all, this can be a huge liability for your company as important workflows halt or critical documents get lost or stolen.