Architecting, procuring, deploying and configuring an enterprise content management (ECM) system is a big undertaking, and once complete, many organizations feel “ECM exhausted.” They think that the system is “up” and should stay that way without much attention. Yet the reality of the business environment…
In the past, IBM has had conferences focused specifically on enterprise content management (ECM) like Information on Demand and Insight, but in the past few years, they’ve gradually melted all their conferences together into World of Watson in 2016 and IBM Think coming up in two weeks.
You know the Cheez-It commercial where the lab tech assesses how mature the wheel of cheese is? How would your organization’s enterprise content management (ECM) strategy do when put to the maturity test?
From Information on Demand to Insight to World of Watson comes IBM’s newest mega conference: IBM Think. Now, navigating the IBM Think website and finding the information you actually need can be tricky so here’s a quick reference guide.
There are a lot of benefits to leveraging a cloud environment, but it is also a big undertaking to get it up and running. So, how do you know if it is the right move for you?
I have been doing project management work for 18 years now at a variety of organizations. What I love about this role is the opportunity to establish good working relationships with new people who all have a common desire: change business processes to make others’ lives better.
Have you played around with Datacap Insight Edition from IBM? If you have, you will know that this is not your mother’s capture technology! This year Pyramid Solutions was presented with the challenge of extracting key information from complex medical documents.
The industry average for intelligent character recognition is only about 70 percent. There are a lot of factors that keep this number low, many of which you can prevent in form design. This white paper is a guide on how to design paper-based forms so your capture process goes smoothly.
The level of diversity in the document viewer market is comparable to the immense diversity in the résumés of job applicants, so we created a job description for what we think a document viewer should do and a résumé in which our Viewer responds to the application.
Given FileNet’s robust capabilities and enterprise-level applicability, you should consider it through that lens. When developing a corporate technology program, you will want to approach the topic through four areas of interest: purpose, people, technology and process.
Making sure your IBM Case Manager solution deployment goes smoothly has everything to do with guaranteeing that you accounted for all the variables. The last thing you want when you finally make the move to production is for your users to show up Monday morning to a system that behaves differently than the one you just certified in TEST.