Here is a scenario that I experience all the time in my sales efforts and I want to see how many of you have the same experience. I call a prospect and one of three things happen.
Robotic process automation, new access to dark data, and transactional processing moving to the cloud are three technology trends that will transform the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in 2016.
People are one of the biggest hurdles to going paper free. They inherently don’t like change and feel comfortable and secure with paper. The challenge is to think through the paper-free processes before starting to make sure they work easily and efficiently for the organization.
Enterprises have been looking at mobile ECM for a while, but AIIM’s CEO John Mancini believes is the time for the channel to get serious about the technology as the market continues to expand.
The goal of moving to a fully digital signing workflow is to increase operational efficiency, while making it easier for people to do business with your company. To help your IT clients achieve maximum benefits in these areas, an electronic signature must to do more than just enable your customers, partners, and employees to electronically sign documents anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
As you have probably heard, mid April of this year, Google made big changes to their search engine algorithm, giving priority to websites that are optimized for mobile devices. Over the past few months, many companies (our clients included) have started taking a closer look at their site traffic and refreshing their websites to make them mobile friendly.
It’s rare that something invisible can become a tool powerful enough to change an industry, but that’s precisely the case with digital watermarks. This technology is rooted in digital video innovations and poised to take a giant leap forward, providing a sophisticated way for advertisers to reach a targeted audience.
The way the world uses data has changed. In a short span of time, the amount of data created globally has increased at a geometric rate. We’re no longer thinking in terms of gigabytes, terabytes or even petabytes — we’re in the age of a data universe measured in exabytes and zettabytes (that’s one trillion gigabytes, if you can believe it).
Today, our working lives have become virtually 24/7 (of course, there are a few hours left for sleep, sometimes). People working away from the traditional office have become the new normal.
I do coaching for one of our member’s sales executives. Their owner asked for some feedback on a blog we were reviewing. One of the sales executives replied with the following...