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Although VeBridge serves clients around the country and in neighboring states such as Indiana, Tennessee and West Virginia, like most teams we’re proud of our home city of Lexington and our home state of Kentucky. As proud Kentuckians, we want our local businesses to compete and thrive in the global marketplace. That’s one reason we’re […]

In continuing our blog review of foundational enterprise content management (ECM) technologies, we’re eager to share our thoughts on Hyland’s OnBase software solution. As you know, we’re fond of thoroughbreds here in Lexington, Kentucky, and OnBase is considered the thoroughbred of ECM platforms. OnBase is placed in Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant” of leading enterprise content management […]

We all know that the first step in kicking a bad habit is admitting that you have a problem in the first place. Even in this digital world, many businesses are still dependent on paper-based files. In fact, according to Price Waterhouse Coopers, the amount of paper files double every 3.5 years! Is your business […]

AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Management, has played a leadership role in developing the understanding and application of enterprise content management (ECM) and the strategic use of information. We’re very proud that our CEO, Paul Engel, is deeply involved in this cause in his role as Vice Chair of AIIM. AIIM has been exploring the critical […]

A colleague sent me an email after reading my Pain to Profit white paper. The first line was very satisfying. He said: “I read through your white paper and it made me want to flowchart and optimize my office operations.” He followed up with the following questions: I assume ECM is your software package? What […]

As referenced in my earlier blog, “Everything You Wanted to Know About ECM, But Were Afraid to Ask” I want to expand on a couple of my colleague’s questions.  I found myself coming back to one in particular: “Why can’t my staff do the process redesign and optimization?” The following are the most compelling reasons […]

“Lean“, is a production practice that considers the expenditure of resources for any goal other than the creation of value for the end customer to be wasteful, and thus a target for elimination. We borrow from lean manufacturing, a concept that has been time-tested for over a century. Henry Ford brought it to his assembly […]

In my prior blog [Information Professional Priorities for 2014 – Part 1], I discussed the first 2 imperatives for Information Professionals in 2014 – Embrace Mobile and Digitize.  Moving on now to #3 and #4. Imperative #3:   Make the business social: Integrate social technologies into processes rather than create stand-alone social networks. Social technologies have […]

Last but certainly not least, my final two recommendations for Information Professional Imperatives in 2014 (See Part I and Part II): Imperative #5 – Commit to the cloud:  Break down monolithic “enterprise” solutions into more “app like” solutions that can be deployed quickly independent of platform and in the cloud. The spread of consumer technologies […]

For Information Professionals, 2014 is the year of balance… maintaining the balance between Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement.  Geoffrey Moore introduced the division of information management and collaboration into Systems of Records (traditional transactional business data) and Systems of Engagement (unstructured collaborative information). Information professionals are trying to figure out the best way […]