Transitioning from a career in the U.S. military into the civilian workforce, regardless of position, can be difficult due to varying skills, personalities, and processes within each military branch. Yet, the military is still run like a large business, and veterans who are entering Corporate America have an edge in terms of skills that few others can claim: advanced data analyst knowledge.

Today more than 90 percent of information is digital. Still, every day, time is wasted on searching for and rereading documents. A basic document management solution benefits businesses by decreasing misplaced documents, storage space, and search times. Through a secure central storage location, documents are able to be better organized and efficiency is created.

As we approach World Paper Free Day 2016, now more than ever, why, how and where companies should remove paper from their business has become quite clear. Digital transformation of processes has become a requirement to survive in today’s technology driven, mobile-enabled work environments. Manual, paper-based processes are error-prone, inefficient and labor intensive.

I never really thought about how there could be confusion between growth and scale until a co-worker asked me the other day. When I speak about an ECM solution being scalable, primarily, I want an SMB customer to understand that we need to think about their strategy and the systems that they are using to support their expansion.

Driving its digital transformation initiative, Lexmark recently announced improvements to several of its software products — Kofax Kapow, Insight, Mobile Capture, SignDoc and Claim Agility — to complement the Kofax TotalAgility platform. Digital transformation — the application of digital technologies to automate business processes as a means to increase efficiency — builds on top of the customer engagement automation solutions offered under Kofax "First Mile” initiative.

I woke up on Friday morning to the news of “someone broke the internet.” Thinking “what did Kim Kardashian’s butt do this time?” I ran to Twitter to see what was what. After hitting refresh a few times, I realized that the internet was actually broken. Well, at least part of it. Popular websites like Twitter, Reddit, Github, PayPal and many others were inaccessible, leaving users — mainly on the east coast — unable to access large portions of the internet.

In this column I will focus on a client case history that illustrates how redesigning workflow can make a significant difference in an organization’s print, copy, scan and mail operations. The story concerns a major law firm that wanted to realize a vision: implement business process improvements that, based on quality, innovation and advanced technology, would help the firm better concentrate on doing what it does best: practicing law.

Data and technological advancements have significantly augmented the retail customer experience, with seemingly omnipresent touch points and information-gathering mechanisms used to enhance consumer engagement and loyalty.

Square 9, it must be said, throws a good conference. Now in its second year, the company’s Encompass event again took place in Clearwater Beach, Florida, a town known for white sand beaches and the world’s best grouper sandwiches, as well as the beautiful Opal Sands resort. Square 9 took the fullest advantage of its location with outdoor meals, receptions and a sunset cruise for attendees.

Workflow automation improves the way companies perform essential functions. With a renewed emphasis on speed, accuracy and efficiency, an automated workflow makes companies more competitive in the fast-paced modern business environment. In addition to these benefits, automation also opens a window into a company’s processes that provides managers and C-suite executives with valuable strategic insights that can revolutionize the way an organization does business.