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automation  |  digital processes  |  document management  |  human resources  |  intelligent information management

An IQ Test for Your Processes

Are your Human Resources processes intelligent? Before you try and answer that, let me explain more about what I mean.

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bpm  |  digital processes  |  digitization  |  robotic process automation  |  rpa

Digitalizing Core Business Processes — Part 3 of 3 — How can you not just improve processes, but totally rethink them?

In “The State of Intelligent Information Management: Getting Ahead of the Digital Transformation Curve,” AIIM made the case that every organization is on – or should be on! – a Digital Transformation journey. The heart of this Transformation journey is understanding, anticipating, and redefining internal and external customer experiences. AIIM believes that Digital Transformation effectiveness is imperiled by a rising tide of information chaos and confusion, and that rising tide of information chaos and confusion is creating a demand for new information management practices that extend beyond traditional Enterprise Content Management.

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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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bpm  |  digital processes  |  digitization  |  robotic process automation  |  rpa

Digitalizing Core Business Processes — Part 2 of 3 — There is still a lot of work to do with basic process improvement

In “The State of Intelligent Information Management: Getting Ahead of the Digital Transformation Curve,” AIIM made the case that every organization is on – or should be on! – a Digital Transformation journey. The heart of this Transformation journey is understanding, anticipating, and redefining internal and external customer experiences. AIIM believes that Digital Transformation effectiveness is imperiled by a rising tide of information chaos and confusion, and that rising tide of information chaos and confusion is creating a demand for new information management practices that extend beyond traditional Enterprise Content Management.

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bpm  |  digital processes  |  digitization  |  robotic process automation  |  rpa

Digitalizing Core Business Processes — Part 1 of 3 — True Transformation is more than Digitization

In “The State of Intelligent Information Management: Getting Ahead of the Digital Transformation Curve,” AIIM made the case that every organization is on – or should be on! – a Digital Transformation journey. The heart of this Transformation journey is understanding, anticipating, and redefining internal and external customer experiences. AIIM believes that Digital Transformation effectiveness is imperiled by a rising tide of information chaos and confusion, and that rising tide of information chaos and confusion is creating a demand for new information management practices that extend beyond traditional Enterprise Content Management.

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automation  |  content  |  digital processes  |  kodak alaris

5 automation issues that every organization needs to answer about information chaos

Ultimately, AIIM believes Digital Transformation is more than conventional change. Digital Transformation is about using information in brand new ways. Digital Transformation success or failure fundamentally rests upon radically redefined experiences with customers, employees, and partners.

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Digital business  |  digital maturity  |  digital processes  |  digital transformation,

5 Examples of Digital Disruption -- the Flip Side of Digital Transformation

I've been collecting examples of "Digital Disruption" -- the negative flip side of Digital Transformation.  In other words, examples in which a well-entrenched incumbent just failed to see the writing on the wall.

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