David Norfolk, Practice Leader, Dev & Gov, Bloor Research & Kyle McNabb, VP, Solutions and Partner Marketing, Rocket Software
Digital transformation remains at the forefront of organizational priorities—but to be truly transformative and remain competitive, companies need to transform how they think about one key enterprise currency: Content.
Enterprises have been struggling to manage and govern the explosive growth of content that has accelerated since the shift to remote and hybrid work structures. Especially with teams working from dispersed locations, content needs to be captured, managed, accessed, and distributed completely digitally, complicated by privacy and compliance risks.
Navigating the digital transformation journey requires enterprises to build a content services roadmap that simplifies the way they handle large volumes of information.
Here’s why businesses must build an intelligent, modernised content strategy to leverage this asset, and how they can get started.
This forum will give the opportunity to talk about both the explosion of content and why firms need to start thinking of rationalising, governing, and automating how they work with documents and content to improve their responsiveness to today's constant change and volatility.
Join our Expert Think Tank comprised of:
• David Norfolk, Practice Leader, Dev & Gov, Bloor Research
• Kyle McNabb, VP, Solutions and Partner Marketing, Rocket Software
The key topics of our discussion:
1. The importance of modernising content services to support rationalising today's explosion of content while supporting new ways of working
2. Scaling automation to content-rich processes, the last mile - automation is a growing demand, what processes and operational areas are "ripe" for automation
3. Addressing increasing friction between doing more with content (automating processes, improving collaboration) while dealing with ever changing privacy and regulatory demands and cybersecurity challenges
4. Quick win examples we can share from our experiences with customers, how are they getting started (e.g. federate or migrate)