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Digital optimisation makes HR processes easier - Hyland
Although we tend to think of data breaches as the work of malicious hackers, carelessness and mishandling of sensitive documents are just as likely to be the culprit.
Hyland a 'leader' in ECM — Forrester Wave report
Content services provider Hyland has been dubbed a ‘leader’ in the Forrester Wave Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Content Platforms Q3 2019 report.
Why HR departments need enterprise content management
"Using tools ranging from automated document capture to web-based digital forms, a comprehensive ECM solution modernises HR."
How the right ECM system empowers key business areas
"The right enterprise content management system supports collaboration and co-authoring aspects of content management, including visibility for all parties associated with key assets.”
Using blockchain to ensure regulatory compliance
“Data privacy regulations such as the GDPR require you to put better safeguards in place to protect customer data, and to prove you’ve done it."
The evolution and modernisation of content services
"To embrace digital transformation, organisations need more than the ability to manage content.”
How AI can give content production a boost
"As the AI revolution gathers pace, machine learning is impacting almost every occupation and industry."
Exclusive interview: Hyland on how digital transformation has changed them as a vendor
Hyland VP of Cloud Services Patrick Mulcahy talks about how the content management market has shifted as a result of cloud.
IDG report finds CIOs are using legacy systems and being swamped with data
69% of business are highly-reliant on manual processes to share and manage documents - despite research showing huge benefits from ECM integrations.
The next step in the enterprise content management evolution
As the variety and provenance of content continues to expand, it presents as much a challenge as an opportunity to the enterprise.
Hyland partners locally with Deliveri Solutions Australia
The partnership will introduce Hyland’s ShareBase platform to Deliveri’s technology portfolio.
ECM market to exceed US$67 billion by 2022 – with APAC the hotspot
A new market research report has been released, revealing a very positive forecast for the enterprise content management (ECM) market moving forward.
Metadata-driven ECM: Breaking down barriers between employees & their information
“Most businesses that have already invested in an ECM system don’t have the luxury of replacing it."
IRD seeking local analytics provider following $25m content management deal
"Better use of information and analytics is a key objective of our transformation."
Gartner Magic Quadrant recognises OpenText as 'leader' in ECM
Enterprise information management provider OpenText has been positioned as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management.
Empired's ECM service gains traction in NZ market
The company says it estimates the market opportunity within the New Zealand government market alone is approximately 45,000 users.
Unified Brand to bring digital signage content to a larger market
“As we expand our presence within the Rise Vision store, we look forward to the opportunity to assist a whole new customer base."
Xerox signs reseller agreement with TIS
“The decision to partner with TIS advances our strategy to bring our customers the most innovative workflow automation technologies available."
ECM vendor looks to expand in APAC, signs up Aussie reseller
“Their deep level of expertise further strengthens our existing Australian presence, as well as our commitment to growing these critical markets."
ECM in the cloud: The changing landscape and growing take-up
The enterprise content management (ECM) landscape has entered a period of rapid evolution, according to global analyst firm Ovum.
Hyland OnBase gains extra Kiwi presence with Techtonics
Enterprise content management vendor Hyland has expanded its Kiwi presence, partnering with Techtonics, who will provide sales and services.