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What Sand Dunes and IBM FileNet P8 Have in Common

What Sand Dunes and IBM FileNet P8 Have in Common

Have you ever walked through the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes in Northern Michigan? It’s a really cool experience, but it’s also rather deceiving. Your goal is to walk to the Lake Michigan shoreline and for most of your journey through the dunes, you can see the lake in the distance – this is what makes it so deceiving.

Digital Business Automation – How Does it Affect IBM Case Manager?

Digital Business Automation – How Does it Affect IBM Case Manager?

In March 2018 IBM announced details of the merger of several products to create the IBM Automation Platform for Digital Business. This represents a change in focus from traditional enterprise content management (ECM) to DBA or digital business automation – a term that gained momentum and is used beyond the scope of IBM.

Five Ways Banks Screw Up Client Onboarding

Five Ways Banks Screw Up Client Onboarding

First impressions count. That’s why the client onboarding process that banks provide has to be good. If a client has a bad experience with your bank while they’re trying to become a customer, what does that tell them about the rest of the experiences they’ll have? In a competitive market, banks have a lot to lose if their first impression isn’t an impressive one.

Thought Datacap Only Captured Text? Think Again.

Thought Datacap Only Captured Text? Think Again.

It seems like every day there is a new IBM Watson tool for us to learn about. The ones that catch my attention are the ones that integrate with my world – a world that revolves around content and the services required to make the most of it. While at IBM Think, I had the opportunity to learn about Watson Visual Recognition and how it can be used to classify incoming content.

Unleash the Power of Dark Data

Unleash the Power of Dark Data

Before I begin, let me assure you that dark data has nothing to do with evil forces or anything of the like, so you may now put down your holy water and call off the IT exorcist. Dark data is any data asset that an organization stores, but never uses.

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