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AIIM Webinar: Real Digital Transformation for Document Automation Projects
September 18, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Digital Darwinism means leveraging data within documents.
Going “paperless” with document automation – getting your paper documents scanned and digitized – is a valuable effort where you’ll easily see a return on your investment. All well and good (really, it is!) but in these competitive times you must fully experience a digital evolution – a Digital Darwinism – to get ahead.
To understand and take full advantage of the evolution, you have to leverage the data within those documents, to automate how documents are received, identified, and used (i.e., how to get the data) to maximize straight-through processing (STP). This in-turn supports improved customer experience, more-controlled processes, and higher levels of quality.
Doculabs expert Richard Medina shares document automation tips.
In this webinar, Doculabs consultant and expert Richard Medina, with Greg Council, VP of marketing and product management at Parascript, will take a close look at how real Digital Darwinism can occur in your organization (or your customers’ organization). We’ll share tips and suggestions that will help you focus on:
- The processes that are most ripe for automation and those that require more thought.
- Quantifying the levels of document automation maturity and what capabilities are currently on the wish list of enterprises vs. those that are here today.
- How document automation supports digitalization of processes.
This webinar is approved for 1.0 hour of CIP Maintenance Credits.
To further information and to register for the Webinar, click here.
The Association for Intelligent Information Management helps organizations put information to work. AIIM’s philosophy is that information is our most important asset. AIIM has always felt this way – even in 1943 when its community was formed as the National Micrographics Association. One tenet has remained constant since that time: AIIM always has focused on the intersection of people, processes and information.