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Will ECM vendors catch up to Back Office Content Solutions?

Back in March I was already telling the ECM industry that they were not alone. I was researching a trend where I thought vendors were emerging that offered out-of-the-box back office content solutions that were being sold directly to business users. I expected to find a few examples in each...


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A Roundup of ECM Usage Patterns

This is a simple guide to ECM usage patterns and solution options to get you started in planning and rolling out ECM. And here in this post I've pulled together a few more resources on usage patterns. Some are more complex than the simple guide. Some are more focused on particular...

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SharePoint as a Compliance Tool.

“According to Microsoft market research, 78 percent of the Fortune 500 companies are SharePoint users.” With such an impressive user base, it’s easy to recognize SharePoint as an essential business tool used within most organizations today. When it comes to compliance the...

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Purchase Order System Best Practices

There’s no such thing as organized chaos. Step away from the spreadsheet and put down the stress ball. Explore and implement new purchase order systems that reduce your dependence on spreadsheets , shared drives, Google Documents and email correspondence. Finding a purchase order method...

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Partners ARE your Scaling Factor

If you are in business you have to make a decision. To Partner or Not to Partner? There is No Wrong Answer Not every business is designed to be partner oriented or partner friendly. However, if you do decide to go The Partner Route you need to make sure you treat your partners...

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Policy and Procedure Acknowledgement- The Commitment

[Preface: Policy and Procedure Management-A lot Like Dating & “Policy Distribution- Ready to Meet the Parents?” ] The Ultimate Commitment Once you’ve created, reviewed and distributed company policies and procedures you have reached the last phase of the policy...

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Policy and Procedure Management-A lot Like Dating

Policy and Procedure Management-A lot Like Dating Creation-Part I Although the main objectives are always pretty simple, policy and procedure management is a complicated task and often times can be difficult to fully grasp and understand. Keeping up with your company’s commitment to...

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ANSI/AIIM 25 Trusted Solutions Standard has been published

With virtually all business records created electronically – only a few needing to be reduced to physical form -- organizations are struggling with how to address the question of whether their electronically stored information (ESI) is reliable and accurate. ANSI has adopted Standard 25...

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What's on the top of your list for 2013 Priorities?

http://www.conceptsearching.com/wp/whats-on-the-top-of-your-list-for-2013-priorities/ We recently completed a survey on the key priorities for executives in 2013 as it relates to any application that requires the use of metadata. The respondents included our clients as well as the broader...

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Building an effective capture solution โ€“ Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface)

Building an effective capture solution – Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface) In this three part series of blog posts I would like to walk you through building a highly-effective, yet extremely agile and surprisingly affordable document capture solution. Not a piece-part of...

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