The digital world can seem like a scary place. Stories about data breaches, information sprawl and lost records abound. However, a recent GCN report explained that many of the security challenges that come with digital document management stem from poor internal policies and procedures.
Digital transformation has been at the center of many business strategies throughout the past several years.
As organizations use a rising number of software products for their management needs, document governance, sharing, storage and optimization are becoming more challenging.
Cloud computing and the as-a-Service revolution has had a profound impact on organizations in virtually every industry.
Information governance has evolved significantly in a relatively short period of time, forcing organizations around the world to completely rethink their approaches to document management.
Managed IT services have completely transformed the ways in which businesses acquire, use and optimize their technological investments.
The accounting department has been among the most dramatically transformed by modern technologies, with automation software and other tools entering the area of the business at breathtaking speeds.
The mass digitization of information and processes has ushered in a new era of document management techniques, best practices and solutions.
The past decade has yielded some of the most advanced and transformative technologies ever imagined, in turn completely revolutionizing the ways in which organizations operate and consumers behave.
Accounts payable and receivable have been among the most heavily targeted areas of the business when it comes to initial automation technology deployments.