ECM Best Practices Blog


Mobile ECM: Your Content In Your Pocket

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, July 14, 2017





By Glenn Gibson, product and solution marketing director at Hyland  Read More >



The power of partnership in technology

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, July 14, 2017





By: Laurel Stiller, Hyland marketing portfolio manager  Read More >



Three essential steps to prevent your employees from using unsanctioned cloud-based file sharing tools

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, July 14, 2017





By: Glen Gibson, Hyland director of product and solution marketing   Read More >



What's new with OnBase 17

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, June 30, 2017





By Tom Vitale, Hyland manager of product evangelism    Read More >



3 reasons your district needs ECM

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, June 30, 2017





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



5 signs you need a case management solution

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, June 30, 2017





By Amanda Ulery, Hyland, product marketing team  Read More >



Moving Beyond ECM: 5 Emerging Trends

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, June 23, 2017





By: John Mancini, chief evangelist of AIIM  Read More >



Use ECM to Manage All Your Institution’s Content, Not Just Transcripts

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, June 23, 2017





By: Laura Stiller, marketing portfolio manager at Hyland  Read More >



How to Reform Your Agency, Without Paper

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, June 02, 2017





By: Terri Jones, Hyland's government marketing portfolio manager

One of the key provisions of the recent OMB 17-22 Memo is process analysis and the creation of an Agency Reform Plan that drives efficiency and eliminates duplicative tasks. The challenge of greater efficiency is insurmountable in a paper-based world without automation and collaboration options.

A classic challenge for federal agencies can occur when several agencies must respond to a new initiative or a disaster of some type. During those efforts, there is an emphasis on getting resources out and in use by recipients. This often results in several overlapping processes and a blizzard of paper forms, reports and other documents. One reason for this is that federal agencies have few, if any, options for collaboration and sharing information.

The result? Recipients fill out forms with redundant information again and again, while federal staff review, file and store documents with essentially the same information – repeatedly. In this case, the duplicative action isn’t caused by staff, it’s caused by the paper-based processes and information silos that plague staff running programs and delivering services.

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Here's How to Take Full Advantage of Your OCR Software

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, June 02, 2017





By: Ray Gerwig, Hyland's senior product evangelist

In the world of document capture and our march toward digital transformation, optical character recognition (OCR) maintains a role of ever-increasing importance. Because documents contain much of the content that runs our business processes, it’s important to identify, qualify and control that content as quickly as possible.

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