Be confident that you are measurably improving operational efficiency and reducing costs for your business by initiating a best-practices document performance management system with proven methodologies and tools
Discover how your business can institute an effective management strategy to reduce costs, increase productivity and manage document related risks by outsourcing your document process management function.
Gain control of your organizationís records, proactively maintain regulatory compliance and, most importantly, protect your firm from legal risk and exposure by reading an important whitepaper on best practices for administering a successful program.
Effective records management programs mitigate records compliance risk, leverage proven technology, gain more control over its information assets, improve operational efficiency and offer the ability to continuously improve.
Published By: Brother
Published Date: Mar 08, 2018
Documents are an integral component to the successful operation of an organization. Whether in hardcopy or digital form, they enable the communication, transaction, and recording of business-critical information.
To ensure documents are used effectively, organizations are encouraged to continually evaluate and improve surrounding workflows. This may involve automating elements of document creation, securing the transfer and storage of information, and/or simplifying the retrieval of records and the data contained within. These types of enhancements can save time, money, and frustration.
This white paper will discuss top trends and requirements in the optimization of document-related business processes as well as general technology infrastructures for document management. It will also address how some office technology vendors have reacted to these trends to guide their design and development of products, solutions, and services.
Join Adobe experts to learn how to enable your PDF documents so that multiple people, in real time, can add notes and comments, promoting a true "conversation" about your critical documents. See how to use familiar commenting tools and even enable users of the free Adobe Reader to take part in your review.
Read the infobrief for insights on:
- What digital transformation is and how other businesses are doing it
- How you can save time, money, and improve your customer experience with digitally transformed document workflows
- Best practices and first steps in transforming document workflows in your own company
Unlike a basic document management system, ECM goes beyond storing and retrieving content to provide functionality that supports business initiatives. Multiple document types are captured, integrated, processed and measured to streamline workflows.
Since the earliest days of the industry, insurance companies have faced a
never-ending struggle: processing the voluminous amount of paperwork that
underwriting, claims, and compliance require. But the days of enduring the
burdens caused by mountains of paper can become a distant memory. By
investing in new, proven methods of converting paper documents to readable
digital formats, insurance organizations can fully automate document processing
to accelerate workflows, minimize processing times and enable more efficient
Read the infobrief for insights on:
ē What digital transformation is and how other businesses are doing it
ē How you can save time, money, and improve your customer experience with digitally transformed document workflows
ē Best practices and first steps in transforming document workflows in your own company
Keeping up with ever changing contract management work is challenging. Governing legal and procurement content is written by thousands of people and applied to hundreds of situations. To stay compliant, organizations employ knowledgeable professionals to analyze every sentence to determine the changes that need to be made to company contracts. The manual process of sifting through these dense, complicated documents is inefficient and prone to error.
Watson Compare and Comply is trained on contract specific knowledge and classifications and can streamline contract workflows through semantic understanding.
Join Director of Watson Offering Management, Adam Orentrichler, and Chief Data Scientist of SAP Ariba, David Herman, as they discuss how Watson can transform the way your company manages contract governance.
Just about everyone claims to be doing content marketing, but far fewer organizations have a thought-out plan. According to Content Marketing Institute, only 44% of B2B marketers and 39% of B2C marketers have a documented content strategy.
But as organizations scale content operations, workflows, distribution, and promotion, many are seeking tools to centralize, manage, and improve the process.
Thatís where content marketing software comes in. This software can help organize, automate, and visualize your efforts to create original content, as well as curate the content of others.
Published By: Readdle
Published Date: Feb 02, 2015
Digital collaboration is a lifeline for todayís businesses.
As companies from all types of industries become more reliant on digital processes and communication, solutions need to emerge to make them both easier to use and practical. No longer do businesses have to be dependent on physical documents and paper trails. Advances in collaborative document management software help companies and organizations gain the upper hand over competitors. This starts with the ability to smooth out process
workflows within the organization, and requires enabling more cost-savings and time management productivity wins.
This white paper is intended to explore the process of secure and efficient paper‚Äźbased document marking and printing using Microsoft® Word. At the same time it will explore the savings that can be realized by implementing an automated practice that reduces risk of unintended use.
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