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Kevin Craine

Kevin Craine is a professional writer, an internationally respected technology analyst, and an award-winning podcast producer. He was named the #1 Enterprise Content Management Influencer to follow on Twitter and has listeners and readers worldwide. Kevin creates strategic content for the web, marketing, social media, and more. He is the written voice for some of North America's leading brands and his interviews feature today's best thought leaders. His client list includes many well-known global leaders like IBM, Microsoft and Intel, along with a long list of individuals and start-ups from a wide variety of industries. Kevin's podcasts have been heard around the world, including the award-winning weekly business show "Everyday MBA". He is also the host and producer of "Bizcast"​ on C-Suite Radio and the producer behind podcasts for Epson, Canon, IBM and AIIM International, among others. Prior to starting Craine Communications Group, Kevin was Director of Document Services for Regence BlueCross BlueShield where he managed high volume document processing operations in Seattle, Portland and Salt Lake City. He also spent time at IKON as an Enterprise Content Management consultant working with national and major accounts. He was the founding editor of Document Strategy magazine. Kevin has also been, at one point or another, an adjunct university professor, a black belt martial artist, and a professional guitarist. Kevin holds an MBA in the Management of Science and Technology as well as a BA in Communications and Marketing.

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AIIM19  |  digital transformation,  |  intelligent information management

AIIM19 session preview - IIM Project Management and Self-Preservation: Why Successful Projects Are Not About You

We have a number of important sessions planned for the AIIM19 conference coming to San Diego on March 26-28. I spoke with Carah Koch, the Director of Enterprise Content Management for the Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities, about her session IIM Project Management and Self-Preservation: Why Successful Projects Are Not About You, and asked her to give us a short preview of what to expect.

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AIIM19  |  digital transformation,  |  intelligent information management

AIIM19 session preview - Content Analytics & ECM Implementation across the Enterprise with John Daly

AIIM19 is coming soon to San Diego on March 26-28 and as usual the gathering will be the place to be for information management professionals. If you plan on attending you should mark your calendar for an important roundtable session called “When You Are in the Storm: Content Analytics & ECM Implementation Across the Enterprise” being hosted by John Daly, Information Governance Manager the Metropolitan Sewer District in St. Louis. I asked John to give us a small preview of the session.

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14 Steps to a Successful ECM Implementation

Making an ECM implementation successful requires planning and attention to detail. The best way to create the right solution is to identify organizational goals and priorities. Learn how to manage a successful implementation in our free guide.

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AIIM19  |  digital transformation,  |  intelligent information management

AIIM19 session preview - Writing Effective IIM & IT Policies with Lewis Eisen

AIIM19 is just around the corner, March 26-28 in San Diego, and a number of interesting sessions and panel discussions are planned. To give you a sneak-peek, I spoke with one of the presenters this year, Lewis Eisen from Perfect Policies about his session titled “Writing Effective IMM and IT Policies.”

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AI  |  deep learning  |  digital transformation,  |  intelligent information management  |  machine learning

New AIIM Research: Leveraging Machine Learning Capabilities

There‘s a lot of excitement about Artificial Intelligence and business automation these days, and for good reason. Developments in AI — and its sidekicks “Deep Learning” and “Machine Learning” — bring the promise of transforming work as we know it. Those transformed work processes will operate in a completely different way: fully automated and autonomous, with smart machines doing the work. The vision is to free humans from performing mundane and repetitive business tasks and assist them with better access to better information to better serve customers and the business.

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