Today's guest post is courtesy: Raymond Sabharwal, Director, Demand Generation, Adlib
Join Adlib in Toronto and Austin for the IBM Content 2014 Event Series.
“When action grows unprofitable, gather information; when information grows unprofitable, sleep.”
― Ursula K. Le Guin
To ensure you don’t go to sleep due to unprofitable information, it is imperative that the content you collect is able to provide you with relevant insights based on which positive results can be achieved.
Seems like this year’s IBM Content 2014 theme, Information, Insights, Results, is pretty relevant.
As Oscar Wilde once said, “it is a very sad thing that nowadays there is so little useless information.” We work with our partners to ensure we can help enterprise organizations make use of every bit of information collected. To further this objective, we have partnered with IBM to join in the IBM Content 2014 Event Series. During this series we intend to discuss ECM trends, the value of Advanced Rendering within ECM, and how to leverage your content. To be more precise, we will be touching on a number of topics, including :
Dark Data: What it is and how to avoid a digital dark age
Ingestion and capture of content
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
Case Management: How all documents are part of a business process
What does case management mean in different industries
What are the key challenges in most case management document processes
Archiving: The top 2 concerns in archiving – volume and findability
How to archive emails (including attachments)
Why PDF/A is the go-to format for archiving all documents
How to ensure findability and searchability of archived content
We partnered with IBM in Long Beach and our next stops are in Toronto on May 30th and Austin on June 3rd. If you or your colleagues are in and around these cities, please join us for a lively discussion. You’ll have the chance to meet industry experts and peers, attend live technical sessions, see road map views, and of course, listen to use cases!
From IBM and other presenters, you’ll learn:
•How to assess and analyze content (both structured and unstructured) and make it work for you to drive intelligent business decisions
•How a deeper understanding of the value and complexity of your content elevates your control and enables you to drive organizational growth
•How you can empower your employees with information, creating a more engaged organization
Oh, did I mention this is a no-cost event?
Register now to reserve your spot for the Toronto or Austin event.