Don’t Let Renewal Charge Increases Break the Bank

By |January 10th, 2019|

As the wave of vendor consolidations in the content management, content services and information management space continue, it’s important to be watchful for some common tactics used to maximize the value of the existing customer base that can bust your software renewal budget through balloon charges.

Increased license renewal and maintenance fees – It […]

Four Steps to Diagnosing Your Content Services Challenges

By |November 26th, 2018|

Are you charged with managing a variety of aging enterprise business systems for your organization? Content lives across all of these on-premises systems and is often duplicated or redundant across silos. You likely:

Access, monitor and govern an ever-growing mountain of business content on systems that fall short on user experience, responsiveness and connectivity
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The Impact of Collaboration on Your Organization

By |June 30th, 2017|

Core. Collaborate. Delegate. (Part 2 of 3)

By Elizabeth Albee

Is Your Core Competency Contributing to Your Organization’s Success?

Enterprise data strategy is the underpinning for a framework of capabilities that, when executed together, can not only maximize but actually increase the value of information within a company, by making sure it is aligned to support corporate strategic […]

Modernization – Is your legacy foundation crumbling?

By |April 3rd, 2017|

As the latest enterprise initiatives strive for improved user experience, cohesive mobile interactions, virtual assistants and advanced automation, most large enterprise organizations today are forced to paint a thin shiny coat of veneer over underlying legacy systems in an effort to keep pace.  The effort and expense of addressing the age and girth of […]

Future Proofing for the Check-pocalypse

By |September 8th, 2016|

I recently read yet another article predicting the end of the check. As a twist on this recurring topic, the author was trying to accurately calculate when the last check will process. The recurring and entertaining press coverage of the “check-pocalypse” is encouraged by our casual observation of individual consumer transactions. During a recent […]

Crossing the Chasm with System Modernization

By |December 15th, 2014|

You’re likely already exploring – and even using – the cloud for at least some of your business systems.  If you’ve seen some early wins or successful delivery of “promise-to-reality” when it comes to the much-touted savings and efficiencies, then you are likely already a true believer that most of your applications will be […]