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Artificial intelligence making possible new computer technologies

Artificial intelligence grabs center stage at AIIM’s information management leadership council

Last week I attended and chaired a panel at the AIIM Executive Leadership Council in Washington, D.C. Attendees were drawn from the AIIM board, visionaries and thought leaders working in the information management space, and senior executives from some of the leading information management vendors. The event’s purpose was to identify emerging technologies and markets… read more >

National Capitol Chapter AIIM Meeting

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Connie Moore presents on the topic of Digital Transformation on the Inside and Outside of the Enterprise at the May meeting of AIIM’s National Capitol Chapter in Washington, DC.

An unending deluge of structured and unstructured information pushes business and government organizations to ditch their old, outdated ways of working. On the outside, they must now open multiple channels to capture the ever rising amounts and types of data submitted by customers in an effort to become fully digital. On the inside, enterprises are concerned with internal efficiency and advances in operational excellence in their rapidly changing industries. During this unique session, Connie will draw on extensive research to explain how organizations have successfully transformed their businesses by going digital outside and inside.  Attendees will learn how to develop a digital strategy based upon their core competencies in emerging technologies, information management and process transformation.

Webinar: Where Are You on your Digital Transformation Journey?

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2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT

The path to your company’s longevity and future success is not simply “more technology.” While technology is certainly the enabler, you need to invest heavily on a strategic and cultural shift within the organization.

When it comes mapping your future strategies and practices, AIIM research regularly shows that there is a lot of variation from organization to organization on where you are on the digital journey. While some organizations have taken initial steps, many still lack clear direction. With so much variation, how do you determine the best plan for you?

Join us as we discuss the reasons why you need to understand where you are today, plan for your desired future state, and map how to get there. To accomplish this, we’ll outline 6 criteria to measure your digital maturity.

Companies that truly transform themselves will become the new leaders, the “built to last” organizations of the future. By contrast, laggards in will have to become highly reactive just to survive. And it’s more than just survival – it’s about succeeding. And we’ll show you how.

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The ‘employee customer’ experience

Last week in New Orleans I hosted a roundtable at AIIM16, the long running annual technology conference focused on information management. My session was entitled ‘Improving the Customer Experience’, and frankly I expected a sparse turnout as CX is not normally thought of as high on the back office IT agenda. Hence, we arranged only… read more >


AIIM Conference 2016

April 26-28, 2016. New Orleans, LA, USA. Analyst speaking: Alan Pelz-Sharpe Event website: AIIM Conference 2016 read more >


Webinar: A Holistic Approach to Digital Transformation

March 16, 2016. Online webinar. A Holistic Approach to Digital Transformation by Connie Moore read more >


AIIM, National Capitol Chapter

May 14, 2015. Washington, DC. Real Lessons Learned for Successful ECM System Acquisition & Implementation by Connie Moore Event website: AIIM, National Capitol Chapter read more >


AIIM Conference 2015

March 18-20, 2015. San Diego, CA, USA. Event website: AIIM Conference 2015 read more >

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