Topic: Digital Transformation
Tips for Maximizing the Benefits of Process Analytics
If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Improve It. Gone are the days of blind guesswork. Fully understand your end-to-end “as-is” process and discover valuable business insights to help to justify and implement your business process improvement, digital transformation, and business process re-engineering goals.
Increase Productivity on the Go with Mobile Apps
Have you chatted with Siri in the past hour? How about asking it for help with some urgent office tasks while driving? Been there, done that, and here’s why: Today, those of us who are avid smartphone users are entering into a new era of automation as our handsets suddenly become ultra-utilitarian devices.
Embarking on a Digital Transformation Journey
Digital transformation is becoming a business imperative, making it a top agenda item in almost every company. But where to begin? Easy. The answer lies in content: it’s not only how you use it, but how you acquire it, process and extract business value from insights locked in documents.
Content IQ Skills Keep Getting Smarter and Easier to Use
Finding a simple technology solution to solve what could be a complex problem may not always be obvious. Case in point, the buzz around artificial intelligence (AI) and how it can be applied is showing great promise in many ways for enterprises, but often organizations struggle with knowing how best to apply AI.
“What the Hell Is a Map Book!?”- and what does it have to do with the rise of Process Intelligence?
Digital technologies are evolving at a furious pace and our business strategies are lagging behind. We need a new approach to processes for the digital age. Recently in a discussion with my wife, I attempted to explain why ABBYY acquired TimelinePI – and I somehow ended up telling a long and elaborate story about how I was the best map book reader in my family.
Mobile Is the Magic Word for Banks. Isn’t it?
Smartphones are smarting up the banking business. Nearly half of mobile users in the US use mobile banking, as stated bythe market research company eMarketer. And this large audience is only becoming broader by the day. If in 2017, the number of US mobile banking users stood at 108.5 million, last year it climbed to 115.6 million, which represents 49.2% of mobile users in the US and indicates a 6.6% year-over-year growth rate.
How Content IQ Powers Robotic Processes
Many companies today are hesitant to adopt new technologies for fear of disrupting their existing business – sort of a “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it” attitude. However, as new technologies change the way customers interact with companies, change becomes necessary for survival.