The Russian Enterprise Content Summit (RECS 2018) took place in Moscow recently. The conference is one of the major ECM events in Russia in which vendors, senior managers and financial/law specialists gather to discuss the latest trends in document management and digitisation.
Haulmont’s ‘Modern Document Management’ event took place on 24th October in Saint Petersburg. The event provided an opportunity for businesses to learn about the latest trends in the ECM market and how businesses are using ECM platforms to streamline business processes.
We recently posted a blog detailing our recommended ‘Six steps to digitising your business.’ In the blog, Rishi Kathuria, UK Business Development Director of THESIS explains how businesses looking to improve efficiency through digitisation can achieve their goals. Rishi outlines his six-step process to digitisation including choosing and rolling out an ECM solution. If you haven’t read the blog yet, click here to find out more.
Help! So you’ve been tasked with digital transformation in your organisation and you’re not sure where to start. Rishi Kathuria, UK Business Development Director of THESIS - an ECM solution built to digitise your business - has put together his top tips on where to begin.
TAB Bank has been providing business finance solutions to clients across America since 1998.
ECM systems are useful for most large businesses and we have implemented THESIS into organisations across a range of industries to help them standardise and digitise documents, optimise document flow across geographically diverse offices, manage information in a central repository and monitor projects effectively. Read the full article for more information about how our solution can be tailored to the needs of businesses within the Oil & Gas industry.
If you think back to the late 80s and early 90s, you might remember that personal computer hype had taken off and nearly everyone in the office had a shiny electronic workstation to work from. This era was deemed a revolution in moving from paper to paperless; or so we thought.