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Optimizing in the Collaborative Age

The process and the inputs that go into that process determine the results, and will help you to uncover the relationships between risks and benefits, helping you to build more scalable solutions

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Document Process Outsourcing vs Business Process Outsourcing in 2013 & Beyond

Business Process Outsourcing has transformed how many organizations have leveraged economies of scale in second and third world countries to create cost savings opportunities for burdened processes

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What’s Old Is New Again: IT Priorities, Business Processes and CPOs

According to new research from McKinsey , the highest current priorities for IT include improving the effectiveness and efficiency of business processes and reducing IT costs. For IT executives, reducing costs ranked first, followed by improving the effectiveness of business processes. Third was increasing the effectiveness of those processes

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Preventing Productivity "Leakage"

BBS, IM, email, blogs, wikis, social networking, business process management and workflow -- tools that manage and generate content and social interactions are becoming more integrated and seamless

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It is all about process!

For those who watched the Lions play this past Sunday, what you heard and continue to hear was how the process of what once was considered to be a touchdown catch, was not finished

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Information Into Action - Beyond Governance, An AIIM 2014 Presentation

Is it fully integrated within key business processes and your ERP systems? Join us for this session where we will discuss trends that directly impact your content and process strategies and discuss how to optimize the way your business operates

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Scenes From A SharePoint Installation Process

Microsoft has done some brilliant marketing around SharePoint, they’ve managed to manipulate the very software approval process at many large organizations

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