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Document Management/Conversion

TOWER and Vital Path join forces Posted August 23, 2007

Logi Report from LogiXML Posted August 23, 2007

Support for nearly all unstructured data Posted August 21, 2007

Business semantics management Posted August 21, 2007

Astoria and In.vision Research partner Posted August 13, 2007

Authoring, collaboration and publishing Posted August 09, 2007

Target technical documentation Posted July 18, 2007

IxiaSoft and Nstein partner Posted July 16, 2007

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Xythos releases XoD 1.6 Posted July 09, 2007

Imagine your business without boundaries: paper and electronic forms merge; you can capture information in any form, from any place; you can exchange information more efficiently to drive business processes, ensure traceability of information and eliminate points of failure as information is managed throughout its lifecycle. Intelligent capture and exchange keeps information, and your business, moving.
Information drives business and 80% of all corporate content is unstructured in nature. The volume of information produced is growing at 50% annually.1 On average, a knowledge worker generates about 800MB of content each year.
Posted July 06, 2007

What began as a pilot program to improve timesheet processing is now transforming Montgomery County's invoicing and accounts payable procedures into an adept system that dramatically reduces inefficiencies and greatly improves accuracy.
With more than 10,000 timesheets to process every other week, this Maryland county previously spent two days scanning documents and another three days reviewing them to correct errors in key pieces of data—such as employees' identification numbers—during the process, said Mayland Lin, department of technology services. . . .
Posted July 06, 2007

For centuries, business has run on paper. For many industries, that's still the case. But as the pace of business has accelerated, paper has become a burden and a bottleneck. It slows productivity because only one person can handle a paper document at a time (unless it is copied, which takes more time and further erodes efficiency). In an increasingly stringent regulatory environment, paper is also a legal risk. . . . Posted July 06, 2007

Many businesses come to imaging frustrated with the problems of managing their paper records and, quite often, overly enamored with the vision of life in the digital world. The pain of paper is fresh in their minds and the vision of a paperless Camelot shines in the distance—an image often reinforced by the last imaging salesperson to call on the business.
The path from today's pain to tomorrow's utopia is not a smooth one. In today's business environment, most organizations are faced with an imposing legacy. . . .
Posted July 06, 2007

Document conversion has a stinky reputation of being: (1.) Expensive; (2.) disruptive; and (3.) difficult to cost-justify. One of the reasons is that, historically, imaging is thought of in a very binary way. You either image, or you don't. No gray area.
But that mood is changing. What used to be the final act in a business process—scan the paper and shred it—is increasingly at the "front-end" of the process, and is tied to the ensuing businessprocess...whatever it might be. . . .
Posted July 06, 2007

ISYS integrates with SharePoint Posted July 02, 2007

Imagenation from Spicer Posted June 04, 2007

Astoria On-Demand for structured content management Posted May 30, 2007

BPM with the Kofax Document Exchange Server Posted May 30, 2007

Full Documentum integration Posted May 30, 2007

MarkLogic's XML content server Posted May 23, 2007

Clearview's Iriss simplifies ECM Posted May 07, 2007

XyEnterprise and Idiom partner Posted May 02, 2007

Connecting people with processes Posted April 23, 2007

NewsGator offers plug-ins for Lotus Posted April 16, 2007

Law firms face all the same problems with e-mail that other industries do, only more so. Posted April 01, 2007

Targeting document-intensive processes Posted March 28, 2007

Last summer, in a very quiet acquisition, Microsoft purchased a health intelligence software product called Azyxxi, which was the brainchild of Dr. Craig Feied, Dr. Mark Smith and Fidrik Iskandar of MedStar Health. That acquisition by Microsoft underscores the importance of “smart systems integration,” a phrase I use to describe “systems of systems” that perform exceptionally well together, are highly reliable and really change the way people work. Posted March 28, 2007

Strengthens insurance position Posted March 14, 2007

Embed into DM, CM systems Posted March 14, 2007

5280 Solutions releases new suite Posted March 12, 2007

Interwoven announces new solutions Posted March 05, 2007

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About a year ago, Dr. Michael Koenig wrote in these pages that unlike many business “fads,” knowledge management didn’t fall into the typical 10-year pattern of boom and bust, with four or five years of explosive growth, followed by a slightly longer period of almost equally dramatic decline. His conclusion: KM is here to stay. Posted March 01, 2007

QUMAS Express eases document review Posted February 26, 2007

OnSite 3 eases document review Posted February 12, 2007

CYA tackles IBM FileNet Posted February 07, 2007

Easy to Use, Familiar and Inexpensive, Fax Continues to Prosper Posted February 01, 2007

Pushing The Document Up The Value Chain Posted February 01, 2007
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