Digitech Art 0518By Christina Robbins, Digitech Systems
Does better data really lead to a more intelligent business? Today’s business environment is characterized by an increasingly rapid pace, limited resources and a glut of information. Whether it’s stacked in boxes filled with paper files or consuming gigabytes on a corporate or cloud network, many organizations have more data than they can really manage. As data becomes more difficult to manage, it also becomes more difficult to filter for the information that we need to make important decisions — dumbing down our organizations.

Nintex Art 0518By Matt Fleckenstein, Nintex
You’d be lying if you said there wasn’t a single process your organization couldn’t fix. 

In 2018, fix doesn’t necessarily mean overhaul. Many companies fear process improvements because they assume the experience is synonymous with a great deal of pain and lost resources. But this is simply no longer the case. 

SER Art 0518By Alexandra Lilienthal, SER

In the past few years, technology scientists have made breakthroughs in AI and machine learning. AI now has the power to change societies and our world for the better. Using AI and big data could one day highlight trends that will help us solve climate change, for example. It will help to automate transport and take over dangerous and mundane jobs. But, in order for AI to achieve these and more it needs to continually be fed data. This is why it is critical for organizations to start managing their data properly now.

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Blogs

The Future of Collaboration Is in the Digital Workspace
Alexandra Lilienthal

by Alexandra Lilienthal | 07-17-2018 Digital workspaces are workspaces of the future – integral to the success of business in the long term, allowing teams to collaborate from anywhere. But they do come with challenges in ensuring they perform optimally within organizations’...

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The Power of PDFs
Tracey Mustacchio

by Tracey Mustacchio | 07-10-2018 PDF files are underrated. They are commonly shared as forms or presentations, and often serve as the final destination in the creative process – after a document is typed, the last step is to convert it to a PDF for sending.  However, in some cases...

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HIMSS18 Roundup
Patricia Ames

by Patricia Ames | 07-03-2018 In early March, over 45,000 people descended on Las Vegas for HIMSS18, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s annual conference. As expected, almost everyone had something to say about interoperability, automation, security and...

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News

  • The Gordon Flesch Company Introduces AskGordy

    July 16, 2018 Madison, WI ‑ The Gordon Flesch Company’s brand-new AskGordy application helps solve one of the thorniest problem in document management – how to make the exploding volumes of data buried in corporate Electronic Content Management platforms searchable, accessible, and more useful.

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  • Pax8 Announces Wingman Professional Services Program

    DENVER, July 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pax8, the leader in cloud distribution, today announced its Wingman Professional Services Program offering manages service providers (MSPs) access to customized cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions built by the highly-skilled Pax8 cloud architects and engineers. The announcement was made in conjunction with Microsoft Inspire, taking place this week in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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  • Ephesoft Releases Citizen Developer-Friendly Smart Capture Integration During Microsoft Inspire 2018

    IRVINE, Calif. (PRWEB) Ephesoft, an industry leader in supervised machine learning-based document capture and analytics solutions, announced today the release of its new Swagger/OpenAPI-web services for Ephesoft Transact, a simplified application programming interface (API) enabling the integration of Ephesoft’s document capture solutions into any OpenAPI-compliant application such as Microsoft Flow. Formerly known as the Swagger Specification, OpenAPI is the world’s standard for defining RESTful interfaces.

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Features

Driving Transformation in Logistics: Robotic Process Automation Is the Ticket

Kofax Art 0318By Russ Gould, Kofax

Logistics leaders face fierce competition, driving prices down and squeezing already razor-thin margins. Better service is critical to winning new customers and retaining top accounts. Yet, outdated systems and manual processes create challenges, slowing operations and hindering the ability to grow revenue. For years, logistics firms have been trapped under the weight of extensive manual processes — intensified by high personnel costs and lack of time and resources to invest in new products and services. 

AI Can’t Advance Without Inviting ECM to the Party

SER Art 0518By Alexandra Lilienthal, SER

In the past few years, technology scientists have made breakthroughs in AI and machine learning. AI now has the power to change societies and our world for the better. Using AI and big data could one day highlight trends that will help us solve climate change, for example. It will help to automate transport and take over dangerous and mundane jobs. But, in order for AI to achieve these and more it needs to continually be fed data. This is why it is critical for organizations to start managing their data properly now.

What if You Could Improve Your Decision Making?

Digitech Art 0518By Christina Robbins, Digitech Systems
Does better data really lead to a more intelligent business? Today’s business environment is characterized by an increasingly rapid pace, limited resources and a glut of information. Whether it’s stacked in boxes filled with paper files or consuming gigabytes on a corporate or cloud network, many organizations have more data than they can really manage. As data becomes more difficult to manage, it also becomes more difficult to filter for the information that we need to make important decisions — dumbing down our organizations.

Workflow is a comprehensive editorial website dedicated to exploring, defining and articulating the ever-changing technologies and business processes of the office technology industry.

As hard-copy information continues its transformation to more dynamic and electronic forms, an increasing number of office and personal devices are becoming part of the larger managed information technology landscape, compelling vendors and consumers of related equipment, applications and services to seek out ways to streamline their processes and improve efficiencies.

Through examination of workflow applications and services and their providers, Workflow informs its audiences of these shifts in enterprise content management (ECM), business process management (BPM) and optimization applications, providing a one-stop repository of actionable news and information for the office technology and managed services industries.

Workflow’s goal is to not only recognize these shifts, but also bring together these disparate worlds of information technology to provide a centralized resource for understanding and mastering the information lifecycle of tomorrow’s office.