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…
Details have reached of us of an intriguing example of the power of digital finance in one of Britain’s most successful economic sectors, the creative industries Continue reading Use Case: Paperless Invoicing In London’s Famous ‘Theatreland’
huge social, boardroom and investor issue is the problem of how to increase the mix of people holding leadership positions in both public and private sector organisations is the Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) agenda. Continue reading Automation May Not Always Be The Female Worker’s Enemy
A number of recent reports suggest that there is increasing appetite for better automation of this key business process. For example, analysis by Research N Reports estimates that the global enterprise contract management market is expected to grow from $ 1.1 billion to $ 4.6 billion by 2025, an annual average rate of 17%. Vendors likely to do well out of this dramatic rise include … Continue reading Strong Growth Ahead For Both Enterprise And Vertical Sector Contract Management?
Becoming more digitally agile and gaining useful access to data are priorities for all organisations, but the issue until now has been how. Continue reading Low code, high achievement: accelerating digital transformation
Users are scared off by a term that suggests massive change and disruption, says Easy Software’s CEO Dieter Weisshaar. That helps no-one, so let’s re-focus on what a great IT project should really be all about instead Continue reading Let’s Clear Away the Digitisation Fog – And Show What Constant Project Success Is
One in five in the UK workforce spend over 7 hours – nearly a full workday – reading paper at their desks, while Scottish working adults think they often don’t have easy access to the right information and instructions to do their jobs well. Continue reading UK Workers Struggling With Paper, Forms And Dealing With Inefficient Processes
At the risk of waxing lyrical philosophical …. when we listen to music, there are certain sounds we associate with particular continents, and even specific countries. (In my case, being a sci-fi buff, it also might mean images of the many off-world cinematic experiences I have had.) The stirring first few bars from John Williams Star Wars theme for one, remind me of the fabulous space adventure that is the tri-trilogy by George Lucas. Continue reading Heady Heights
A couple of intriguing news items this month offer reasons for caution when it comes to simplistic beliefs that ‘everyone’ is paperless now – but they also offer useful information on the remaining gaps where companies seem to still need the help of thedmcollaborators members. Continue reading Forward March Of Document Management Halted?
There is a common line of thinking when dealing with investors, upper level management and stakeholders: “paper is dead and so is the hardware, software and solutions that is associated with paper.” “As business undergoes “digital transformation” there will be no need for solutions dealing with documents.” Continue reading Is Capture Dead?