CMOD

ECM Is Still At Work: See the Proof in Your Industry

While the discussion around Content Services and Enterprise Content Management rages among analysts and industry insiders, the fact is that IBM’s content management solution portfolio still provides the broadest set of capabilities to capture, govern, and analyze content and build digital business applications.  No matter what you choose to call it, IBM is ready with […]

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IBM® Content Manager OnDemand® helps improves Customer Experience

From their phones, watches, tablets, and PCs, your customers demand consistent communications. They demand that their personal information is both secure, yet always available to support their customer experiences. They demand simple experiences without redundant questions or data entry. They demand that you correct the fat finger data entry errors they didn’t notice. They demand […]

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Is Your XML actually a “Document of Record”?

XML is just another markup language like HTML, SGML, etc. – right? That might have been true in the past, but it is no longer true. XML is rapidly becoming the de-facto standard for a wave of new documents of record, required to be archived and protected with proof of inalterability. New Regulations Requiring XML […]

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The Better the Data, the Better the Outcome with IBM CM OnDemand

The results from Analytics are only as good as the data that it uses. Most organizations only use structured data which represents approximately 16% of the information to yield accurate insights and actionable results. The other 84% of needed data lives in the Enterprise Archives which hold critical information such as outbound customer communications (i.e. […]

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Content is Key for Building a Digital Business that Provides Exceptional Customer Experiences

The digital business is an imperative and it all starts with keeping the customer at the heart of your business.  Companies can simply not compete moving forward without addressing digital transformation.  And it needs to be pervasive.  Across all processes, people, functions and information, or content.  It will reshape everything we do and every interaction we make, and it all starts with content. […]

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Reflecting on the 3 Dimensions of Enterprise Content Management

I can’t believe we are already at the end of 2016.  It’s crazy how fast time flies.  As we approach a new year, many of us take some time to reflect on the past year and think about our personal goals and priorities for the upcoming year.  But it’s not just a time for personal […]

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Unlocking your Dark Data Archives

Have you ever moved homes? If you have, you have gone through the daunting task of reviewing your documents in the folders and deciding to keep them or throw them away. If you keep them, you will either put them into a modern file cabinet that isn’t rusting or put them into a locked fireproof […]

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Gartner Says ECM is Reinventing Itself for the Digital Workplace

For the past year or two, the smart guys within the $6 Billion industry known as Enterprise Content Management, or ECM, have been aware that things are changing – paper is dwindling (finally!), new forms of content such as video, audio and social media are on the rise, and new technologies (i.e. Cloud, Mobile and […]

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A hospital migrates 50 TB of data into IBM CMOD eArchival system

Somewhere between the classic car and the showroom model is the junker we all drove in high school.  We may have loved it, but it took a lot of work.  The same could be said for today’s old Legacy systems.  Helix International  helped amp up  the antiquated data for a large United States hospital. In […]

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CMOD – The Bridge to Big Data, Part 2

Today’s Post by: Harvey Gross, V.P. World-Wide Sales, Crawford Technologies, Inc. In my last blog post, we made the case for IBM’s Content Manager on Demand (CMOD) place in the Big Data discussion. Because CMOD is the archive for invoices, bills, statements and other vital business documents that are exact copies of business transactions, the […]

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CMOD – The Bridge to Big Data Analytics

Production-level, transaction records – generally printed reports, statements, invoices and other documents lack the traditional “field and record” layout as well as the parameters needed to specifically identify and classify them. The data within these documents can be described as semi-structured or loosely-structured and experts estimate that it represents more than 80% of the data […]

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Turn Archived Information Into Big Data and Analytical Assets

Datawatch Extends IBM Content Manager OnDemand to Help Unlock Value of Data Many of the decision support, compliance, reporting and operational issues that businesses face are not efficiently solved with complex database query tools or data warehouses. The answers, more often than not, lie in an organization’s transactional content. These reports, statements and correspondence – […]

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