Find Intelligence in your Dark Data to Illuminate Business Process Opportunities
By Lance Shaw on Mar 28, 2014
In conjunction with the folks at AIIM, we are developing a new webinar to help everyone better understand the opportunities that can be realized when information is made more accessible within the appropriate business, user and security contexts.
Transactional content comes in many forms, from many places: externally, invoices and loan applications processed from customers; internally, expense reports and purchase orders to process. These are but a few of the many forms of transactional content. Each with specific data you collect for a specific purpose. Each that could be tied to and trigger a backend process. Yet, this information once used for its initial purpose is often overlooked for additional use. Referred to as "dark data", the result is a lost value in the information you have captured.
Bringing this "dark data" to light to connect transactional and textual data improves business intelligence. The result is used to create a more agile organization in decision-making, case management, and operational processes. It helps develop meaningful insight into the available and relevant information. Uniting infrastructures and interfaces that enrich the digital experience, customers and employees gain a clearer, and more complete understanding of the information they are dealing with. In this webinar, join AIIM’s Bob Larrivee as he discusses connecting transactional and textual data so that it can:
- deliver a more complete view of relevant content
- maximize the value of your information
- and bring business intelligence to a new dimension.
The webinar is Wednesday April 23rd, 2014 at 2pm ET, 11am PT, 7pm GMT. Click this link and register today.
We think you will find it insightful and helpful as you look to improve the visibility of the right information across various areas of your business. See you there!