Do more with your content than just manage it.
Streamlining and aggregating data across your organization empowers every employee to confidently make informed decisions. “Going digital” is an important first step, and managing your files in a content services system is even better, but we developed our Content Intelligence offering to go a step further. As your files and records are processed into your systems, the data trapped inside them is intelligently extracted through cloud-based tools and a little human ingenuity.
Key data points including form fields, activity logs, dates and approvals no longer live trapped inside your files, they are extracted, transformed and loaded into systems like a data warehouse or data lake to be activated. Reporting, business intelligence, customer experience portals and more suddenly go from being pipe dreams to earning slots on your strategic roadmap.
Data enters your system in a structured format versus a repository of images or working files alone. Your data is ready to be used at any moment without the hassle of manual setup. Now that your data isn’t locked inside files in your content services platform or servers, you can build a plan to aggregate it with data from all other systems and processes within your organization.
Short on Time
Cloud-based capture and extraction tools use natural language processing to uncover more usable, contextual information in seconds rather than months with previous manual methods.
Lack of Visibility
Visibility into core processes and organizational goals can be difficult when your most valuable information lives within images or working files. The ability to aggregate this data provides a level of visibility that was previously unheard of.
Best Practices for Records Management Following the Records Management Lifecycle
Learn the best practices for records management to increase productivity and the overall effectiveness of your organization’s corporate operations.
How to Ease the Pain and Overcome Healthcare Data Management Inefficiency
Health information is constantly changing throughout a patient’s life, so the method of how it is collected, stored, and transferred is critical.
Guiding Principles Of Data Migration: Everything you need to know to ensure a smooth migration
Preparing and understanding how to move your data properly will help avoid any preliminary pitfalls, and make a successful migration possible.
Lessons Learned from Migrating to the Cloud
Jim Erb, Senior Systems Engineer, has worked with the Hyland GCS team to help clients migrate to the cloud. Here are his lessons learned.
Unstructured Data: Filling the Gaps in IT Systems
Unstructured data take a long time to locate and also costs money to store, duplicate and distribute. With ECM, core systems can restore their value and bring efficiency back to the workplace.
Case Study: Digital Workflows for Human Capital Management
A leading manufacturer partnered with DataBank to structure sensitive human resources documents and increase accessibility to critical information.
The ultimate goal in any migration is to minimize downtime and provide a seamless change to the end-user.
Case Study: Creating Efficiencies in Accounts Payable
Processing roughly 50,000 invoices on average each year, Loram of Maintenance Way, Inc. needed a way to cut down on processing and retrieval time.
Case Study: Better Business Process Leads to Change for Headington Oil
Headington Oil bolstered its IT staff, ensured compliance and improved employee productivity with content management services.
Case Study: Mitigating Risk for Utilities Cooperative
Seminole Electric implemented new digital processes ahead of a new power plant build, resulting in streamlined information management.