Weekly Roundup 042814

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With so many different articles to choose from, it can be hard to choose just three. But here are just a few of our favorite articles from last week.


Document Management System ROI: How Much Money Could You Save?

In one of our most recent blogs, we discussed the potential Return on Investment (ROI) of using a document management system. “Document Management Systems are on the rise and there is good reason. There are a growing number of studies and statistics highlighting the benefits of moving your documents and workflows to the cloud – Improved customer service, reduced costs and increased productivity to name a few.”


It’s Time for Boards to Have Technology Committees

With technology changing in businesses each year, the author of this article suggests that technology committees be added to company boards. These committees would have various duties, such as making sure the company can support newer cloud-based service. “Innovative technology increasingly is being delivered as a cloud service, which means that key security, availability, performance and change-management processes are as important as order-to-cash financial processes. As we depend more and more on information systems, how will the board provide oversight to ensure the secure and reliable delivery of information to customers, partners and suppliers?”


Big Data Likely to Serve as Boon to Enterprise Content Management Solutions

This article goes over the future of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) in the healthcare industry. Earned revenue of ECM in this industry is expected to double from what it is now in about 6 years. The main difficulties lie in changing the established method in the industry and budget constraints. “ECM solution providers are already shifting their focus from the traditional on-premises models to externally hosted solutions to improve the efficiency and lower the total cost of operations for hospitals and healthcare providers…This will bring considerable benefits particularly to end users who are finding it difficult to concurrently manage ECM solutions in-house and optimize the costs associated with it.”