¿Está su tecnología trabajando para usted o en su contra?

Process automation technologies can be powerful forces in achieving scale
Mike Haven
Head of Legal Ops. at Intel, Pres. of Cloc
"The biggest trend we’re seeing across our clients is prioritizing progress on the path to the cloud.."
Caesar Rodriguez
Strategic Relationship Manager at Kraft & Kennedy Inc.
"Security, governance, and compliance need to be a focus because if your data gets lost or destroyed, that can cost your company billions of dollars."
John Hunter
Chief Information Officer at Council of Europe
"We want to have a platform that not only has the interoperability and integration capabilities, but also has the ability for us to automate documents, create templates, and provide an easy-to-use experience."
Mike Lucas
Chief Information Officer at Wilson Sonsini
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Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) solution providers often praise the benefits of their products to increase team productivity, but have those promises actually delivered measurable results?

In this download, we highlight 10 questions you can ask to evaluate if your technology solutions are helping your team be more efficient and productive - or if it is making your daily workflow more difficult. Questions such as:

  • Does your team have a core technology platform to securely store and manage documents, email, and other work product you create?
  • ¿Puede su equipo colaborar de forma segura y compartir contenido sin problemas con partes externas fuera de su departamento o agencia?
  • Can you find the exact information and all related content you need with one search?
  • Además, ¡mucho más!

Take time to evaluate your technology solutions and ensure you are getting the maximum return on your investment you expect – and deserve.

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In these economic times, firms are doing a bit of belt tightening — you're worried about the budget, the economy, and the recession. And oftentimes that changes your focus to keeping the trains running, instead of implementations of new technologies. But I would argue that this is the very time that you should be thinking about innovation, and you should be preparing yourselves so that when things do change and improve, you're well-positioned for success.
Mike Lucas
Chief Information Officer at Wilson Sonsini
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Una mujer sentada en un escritorio escribiendo en una computadora portátil.
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