ECM Best Practices Blog


Your HR Department Needs ECM: Here are 5 Reasons Why

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, May 26, 2017





By Danielle Simer, marketing portfolio manager at Hyland  Read More >



OnBase Adds Visibility, Speed and Control to AP and HR Processes for Construction Resources Management

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Tuesday, May 23, 2017





Manually processing invoices created a lack of visibility and coding errors for AP staff at Construction Resources Management (CRM). With offices scattered across the Midwest, the company acts as a shared services center for its other construction companies, processing more than 86,000 invoices annually.

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CFMA 17: 3 Things to Do at the #CFMAConf

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Wednesday, May 17, 2017





The Construction Financial Management Association conference is coming up soon on June 3-7 in Phoenix! We're excited to join other construction finance professionals in a week full of knowledge and resource sharing. To do our part, we'll be positioned at booth #215 at the exhibitor showcase conducting live audits of procure-to-pay processes to discover simpler ways to help busy project managers and accountants automate their accounts payables.   Read More >



Managing the Invoice Tug-of-War: AP Versus AR

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Wednesday, May 10, 2017





By: Jasin Kessler, account executive at Hyland  Read More >



Tips for Progressing Your OnBase Career

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, May 05, 2017





By Kate Barney, healthcare marketing portfolio manager at Hyland  Read More >



How to Eliminate 3 Top Compliance Concerns

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, May 05, 2017





By Michelle Harbinak Shapiro, financial services marketing portfolio manager at Hyland  Read More >



Does Your Plan Review Process Need a Review?

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, May 05, 2017





By Terri Jones, government marketing portfolio manager at Hyland  Read More >



5 Ways to Make 98% End User Acceptance a Reality

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, April 28, 2017





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Here are 3 Things Your AP Staff Can do Instead of Managing Paper Problems

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, April 28, 2017





Oh, paper. We’re 16 percent finished with the 21st Century, and there you are, still slowing things down. Really?

I’m sure you’re familiar with the disadvantages of paper. For example, it makes you or your staff spend excessive time indexing documents and data into important electronic systems like your ERP. It also keeps people busy:  Read More >



All Federal IT Needs a Content Capture Strategy, Here's Why

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, April 28, 2017





Modernizing federal information technology is a far-reaching and possibly overwhelming task. There is limited budget for modernization, according to GAO data, but the upkeep of existing systems is essential. At the same time, a hiring freeze and accelerated retirement compound the potential for slower program and service delivery with a smaller workforce for program delivery.

Normally, technology is the logical answer for a mismatch between the amount of required work and the people available to do that work. But it isn’t just about transferring tasks to a technology tool, it’s about changing paper-based government processes to eliminate the tasks of government that only existed because it’s run on paper.

It’s also about taking our citizen interactions online, as they now expect, and reaping the efficiency gains that can drive.  Read More >