Finding the right information quickly is an imperative function for all organizations, yet 75% of AIIM respondents said this is a challenge for them at work. One main cause is the overwhelming amount of costly legacy information systems and technologies that are difficult to modernize or connect to one another to make useful. Sound familiar?
Are you planning to modernize your information management strategy with machine learning? You're not alone. According to AIIM research, 51% of organizations plan to spend “more” or “a lot more” in the next 18-24 months on their efforts to leverage analytics and machine learning. This task can be frustrating to tackle, and for this, we have a solution for you.
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The rapid increase of "Big Content" in the digital age has culminated an array of costly legacy information systems and technologies that store and manage content but with no way to modernize or connect to each other. This begs the question: How do you strategically modernize to move forward and also work – efficiently – in your multiple systems? How do you realize your ROI?
While “technical debt” is a term that’s frequently used by technologists, the implication and understanding of it tends to be opaque to the business until it’s too late - just look at how Nokia lost the mobile market that it helped create. The business and finance side of Nokia had the usual tools for assessing financial risks - but why do we not have an equivalent tool for the operational or existential risks when the debts come from the more intangible investment in technology?
Janet Luisser is a Senior Program Manager with Open Text focused on data and content integration solutions such as Legacy Data Decommissioning and Data Archiving. Janet works with customers and market leaders to deliver integration solutions as a component of an organization’s ECM strategy.