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Moving Beyond Analytics: Putting Insights into Action, an AIIM 2014 Presentation

Billy Cripe presented Moving Beyond Analytics: Putting Insights into Action. The recent innovation explosion in text analytics, information management and big data have produced unparalleled information gathering and insight mining capabilities

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Reboot Your Thinking -- AIIM 2014 and the SMAC Stack

Stack” [Social, Mobile, Analytics/Big Data, and the Cloud] will shape the next competitive cycle...Thornton May is Futurist, Executive Director, and Dean of the IT Leadership Academy - and the author of The New Know, Innovation Powered by Analytics

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Don't Blow Your S.M.A.C. Stack - an AIIM14 Keynote Presentation

Stack” [Social, Mobile, Analytics/Big Data, and the Cloud] will shape the next competitive cycle...#social #mobile #AIIM14 #Content Analytics #ECM #Collaboration #BigData #cloud

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Why You're an Information Professional; an AIIM 2012 Q&A with Atle Skjekkeland

Organizations should store as much as possible since they don't know the future value of data, and then use analytics and social technologies to "filter" information when people need it. Office workers will not be able to process 50x more emails per day – they will use social filters and analytics to learn from big data – similar to what many people already do on Twitter with hashtags and sentiment analysis. Corporate governance, risk, and compliance issues are still very important, but traditional records management systems and manual governance frameworks will be replaced by analytics to automate disposition management and compliance

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Silver Bullet - Real Social Networking Enterprise Value

This is made possible through a powerful synergy between social analytics and business intelligence - identifying experts based on their activity history related to content contribution activities

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Measuring Influence Is Hard

Meghan provides an excellent outline of where social should be measured: First-touch analytics -- track that first interaction with the customer Multi-channel analytics -- track ongoing interactions, campaigns, downloads, and so forth Audit of social content -- data on the overall success of social content, including downloads, hits, re-tweets, etc

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Ultimate Context - Social Business Processes

Auditing and Analytics - BPM platforms generally already contains this ability, but loose track of ad-hoc collaboration that occurs outside of their walls. This renders the BPM analytics and auditing capabilities incomplete, Social BPM makes it possible to obtain a complete picture of activities

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