The graduates you hire this year won’t disrupt the workforce, they’ll quietly “elevate it” – and while they don’t see AI and automation as a no-no, they definitely will want an opportunity to work with AI and automation, rather than have it loom as a threat. Continue reading Gen Z People Are Already Tech Experts—But Still Fear Automation
It’s possible to avoid excessive in-memory storage costs, reduce the transition time, and boost ROI, by being more discerning about record archiving, says EASY Software’s Antonio Del Negro Continue reading S/4 HANA migration: strategies for smart cost reduction
In 2020, it looks like HR leaders will continue to invest in HR transformation projects aimed at digitalising and streamlining their processes, and so improving employee experience. Continue reading HCM and RPA Are Growing Markets – But Face Some Challenges Too, Say Commentators
It’s easy to only ever centre the HR automation conversation about the commercial (or government) sector, but that’s pretty short-sighted: non-profits and The Third Sector also have the same pressures around efficiency, cost and maximising of organisational delivery. Continue reading Will The 2020s Finally Give Us The HR Automation Ethical Issue Answers We’re Groping For?
A couple of weeks ago I shared my enthusiasm about going to the then-imminent AIIM Forum Europe expo and conference in London. Continue reading Reflections on the AIIM Forum – some takeaways on the Content Services market
Sorry to say this is the last in our series of conversations at the recent, and very successful, AIIM Forum Europe in London in November. We’re ending with a great one —Jennifer Van Lent, who is the Managing Director of European HubSpot partner Digital Doorway out of Amsterdam, a company all about helping European IT companies with inbound marketing and sales as they believe the key to attracting better leads, nurturing high-value prospects and winning new customers is “the right strategy, processes and content, not just technology”. Continue reading Propositions for a Highly Segmented Content Marketplace
re’s the third in our series of conversations at the recent, and very successful, AIIM Forum Europe in London in November. thedmcollaborators Editor was able to network with some of the great and the good of the Content Services sector, and we continue to share some of the fruits of our conversations with them. Today we have AIIM Board Director David Jones, who is also Marketing Director at AODocs. Continue reading There’s Something In The Content Services Air…
Here’s the second in our series of conversations at the recent, and very successful AIIM Forum Europe held in London in November. thedmcollaborators Editor was able to network with some of the great and the good of the Content Services sector, and we continue to share some of the fruits of our conversations with them. This week we have Dave Tyler, who of course we’re sure you will know is Editor of both Document Manager and Storage magazines. Continue reading What Can We Expect In Our Sector In 2020?
Were you able to get to the recent, and very successful, AIIM Forum Europe in London in November? As well as the excellent stage presentations and breakouts, thedmcollaborators was able to network with some of the great and the good of the Content Services sector, and over the next few weeks, we’re going to share some of the fruits of our conversations with them. Continue reading The Really Good Information Isn’t In ‘Content’ – It’s In Business Apps
Connie Moore, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Deep Analysis, has recently compiled a deep dive into Digital Process Automation, which consists of two reports, the State of the Market: Current Analysis and the State of the Market: Trends 2020-2025. We sat down with her to find out more. Continue reading Digital Process Automation: A Logical Successor To Business Process Management?