There are some chores I love, many I don’t mind, and a few that sap my will to live. Folding laundry falls into the soul-crushing category. I’ve tried doing it while I watch the Price is Right or rock out to Taylor Swift (yes, she’s my guilty pleasure!), but nothing distracts me from the monotony of that task. And my least favorite part about it has always been trying to match the socks.
“Digital Transformation is a game-changer,” and “leaders embrace digital transformation”—but is it really a game-changer, and have we actually embraced it?
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When I was a young child, in an era when school papers had to be researched in libraries with card catalogs and shelves upon shelves of books, my father had the bright idea to purchase a complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica. Now, we lived on a tight budget, and my mother wasn’t too thrilled with this splurge when a perfectly good library was so close to home. Dad wouldn’t hear of it! “Our girls need the best education we can offer,” so of course, mom relented.
An increasing number of organizations are digitizing their business processes to improve productivity and reduce costs and the risk of human error. Often organizations start by scanning to email where a person scans a document that is sent into their personal email inbox and is then manually delivered to the final destination. This is extremely bad for businesses, and replacing scan to email should be a key part of any organization’s digitization strategy.
For many years now, we have heard the song of business intelligence, how important it is, and how organizations will be increasing their focus in this area, but to what degree? When it is only data being analyzed, there is a shortfall, and that is related to the processes. It is one thing to look at data, but without knowing the processes, analyzing them, and identifying areas for improvement, business organizations will miss the true potential of extending business intelligence to the fullest.
We've been interviewing the sponsors of the upcoming AIIM Conference for their predictions for the future of the industry, a preview of the conference, and a look at some of the biggest challenges facing information professionals right now. Here, I sat down with Dave White, Chief Technology Officer at Quark, to chat about content processes.