ECM Best Practices Blog

The Recipe for ECM Success

- Thursday, March 16, 2017

ECM is undoubtedly one of those solutions you must debate the benefit of doing all the integrations and work to achieve the final product. But a new era started a few years ago for us that I think will shock you. We have figured out a way to eliminate the work of integrations by moving the entire application into the ECM platform. We, the people and users of ECM, are redefining the space and it is very exciting. We are succeeding all over the place.   Read More >

Automation is Sparking the Next Wave of Shared Services, Here's Why

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, March 10, 2017

For shared services leaders, process automation is not a new concept. It’s been a critical part of the conversation for years as organizations have continued to consolidate services and move their service centers up the maturity ladder.  Read More >

What is ‘The Cloud’? And Why Should I Care?

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Thursday, March 09, 2017

Anyone who has watched the news, read a blog or happened across a computer in the past 12 months or so, should have their own way to define “the cloud.” Unfortunately, most of these definitions will be completely different from one other.  Read More >

Legacy System Audit: How to Make the Case for Change

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Legacy systems are widely considered a barrier to organizational efficacy. Yet businesses large and small continue to use them. The reason is simple: Rolling out a new platform is risky due to high cost, change management and the time investment. However, as processes improve through technology and legacy systems become more obsolete, the negative implications of sticking with a business-as-usual platform compounds while stunting business growth.   Read More >

5 Tech Workplace Trends to Watch in 2017

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Friday, March 03, 2017

It’s time to look forward to what technologies will be shaping the research and development for business and consumer software alike. Here are the top technologies your organization should be looking at in 2017:  Read More >

Information Shouldn’t Live in Silos, so Why Should Your Accounts Receivable Solution?

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Wednesday, March 01, 2017

By: Danielle Simer
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Beyond Paperless: Moving Toward a More Strategic Workforce

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Thursday, February 23, 2017

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Hyland Launches AirBase, Offers Robust Document Management and Automation Tools to Small Businesses

Patty Johnson-Vazquez - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Document management, workflow automation and record management are no longer just for the major industry players. On Feb. 20, Hyland launched a small business version of its OnBase enterprise content management platform, called AirBase. The solution is only available through its partner channel.   Read More >

The Slippery Slope of Redefining ECM

- Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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What Isn't Your Court Case Management Doing for You?

Gina Culen - Thursday, February 26, 2015

Court case management software has been around for a long time, including Incode and Odyssey from Tyler Technologies, JustWare from NewDawn, Jayhawk Court Software, and C-Track from LT Court Tech – just to name a few. While offering a lot of usefulness for courts, we've become aware of several limitations.

Requordit enterprise content management ECM software, powered by OnBase, adds the following functionality to court case management software:

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