I am interested in forming a dedicated group of knowledgeable end users to provide insight on key trends in Intelligent Information Management. The intention is to systematically identify:
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Every organization wants to increase agility and productivity by extracting maximum value from its processes and content. Organizations need to bridge the silos created by disparate lead applications to seamlessly pull structured and unstructured information together and present the whole story to the customer relationship management (CRM) users who need it. Easy access to documents and content is a key requirement in fully leveraging a CRM system. 95% of CRM users want easy access to the latest version of their files and documents and 55% of CRM customers see “ease of use” as the most important feature.
The best way to think about HR process automation is by thinking about it over the lifecycle of an employment relationship and the kinds of documents that are typical in each stage of the life cycle.
Every day represents a new set of people-process-technology challenges for HR professionals. From the time a prospective employee first comes into contact with an organization to the time they leave or retire, HR professionals must deal with myriad of documents and processes that span the entire lifecycle of an employment relationship.
The amount of data stored on electronic systems today is exploding and growing at an exponential rate. Data breaches, privacy concerns, and growing e-discovery costs continue to evolve how organizations approach controlling their business data while balancing worker productivity. Aged or poor data hygiene can further increase organizational inefficiencies, in aggregate costing billions annually.