What to Look for in a Content Services Platform
Oct. 22 2018
Times have truly changed, and so have the demands of organizations. Enterprises grapple with more data and content than ever before on a daily basis. The types of information an organization must manage... View More
CCM Is About Outcomes
Oct. 18 2018
Every year, we post our list of the top communication trends expected to make the biggest impact on the industry. I think it's important to hold myself accountable for the predictions we've set—sometimes... View More
Forms Rationalization
Oct. 16 2018
As the amount of data and documents increase at a dramatic rate, enterprises struggle with organizing and maintaining their forms and documents, leading to increased costs and poor customer experience.... View More
Cognitive RPA
Oct. 9 2018
Robotic process automation (RPA) is the latest solution category promising an easier path to digital transformation. In the simplest of terms, if you have a process that is well-defined, RPA can automate... View More
Gartner Reports Consumers Are Underwhelmed by Digi
Oct. 4 2018
84% of surveyed consumers across all industries report their experiences with digital tools and services fall short of expectations, according to a recent Gartner report. "Despite efforts," said Gartner... View More
  • Digital Asset Management (DAM) is a system designed for organizing, storing and retrieving media files and managing digital rights and permissions. DAM systems have become a core component of creative
  • Is Generative AI tipping the scales in favor of building Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software, or will it ever get to that point?
  • Information technology has undergone a major transformation in recent years, sparked by the rise of “big data.”
  • Every day, large organizations face multiple challenges with the hundreds or thousands of pieces of mail received through the USPS and other carriers, documents that include general business mail
  • Personalizing things is not new. We have engraved items and composed personal letters and communications for centuries, but can we do this economically and efficiently?