Posts Tagged ‘company culture’

Document Management Industry Roundup: June 6, 2014

June 6, 2014
Though FileBound Olympics were the most important events in our office this week, the industry was still busy with conferences, new insights, and launches.

Though the FileBound Olympics were some of the most important events in our office this week, the industry was still busy with conferences, new insights, and launches.

What’s new in the industry this week:

1. This week, Apple announced iOS 8 and new version of OS X, Yosemite. See all the new features, set to be released this fall:

2.  Mobile security is a hot topic for almost every company in our industry. Find out the latest insights on mobile security and BYOD.

3. Our parent company, Upland Software, was at the Gartner PPM and IT Governance Summit earlier this week, learning the latest industry news, and hosted a panel discussion with senior IT and PPM leaders on structuring PPM to cultivate both strategic and execution objectives in the most agile way possible.

4. We hosted our FileBound Olympics! You can take a look at all the different events here:

Don’t miss these upcoming events:

If you’re interested in learning more about all of FileBound 7’s new features, we’re hosting a webinar and giving an in-depth overview of all the upgrades. Join us June 12:

Sign up for our FileBound Solution Architect Boot Camp and learn how you can use FileBound to build a complete business solution to your workflow needs. Contact your account manager to sign up for and learn more information about our  course:

  • Monday, July 7 – Thursday, July 10
  • 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily (lunch and refreshments provided)
  • FileBound by Upland, 1701 Cushman Dr., Lincoln, NE

Document Management Industry Roundup: April 19, 2013

April 19, 2013
Do you have a spare few minutes? Use them to catch up on this week's industry news.

Do you have a spare few minutes? Use them to catch up on this week’s industry news.

This week’s document management news:

 1. “Despite the hype, Big Data didn’t happen all at once…data just got bigger.” This affects more than you may expect.
2. Cloud computing is no longer something reserved only to start-ups. Over half of American businesses have adopted the cloud.
3. Does your BPM reflect your company culture?
4. Only 24% of businesses have a formal BYOD plan in place, even though the number realizing the need for one has doubled in the last year.

In case you missed our latest blog:

It’s easier to just get everyone together in person.” Find out why this isn’t always the case.

Excuse #4 For Not Adopting Document Management: “Green/Shmeen”

March 27, 2013

Go Green


Who cares if the average document is photocopied 19 times? Not my problem. I’ve got more important things to worry about.


Sure you do. Until your waste removal company begins charging if you don’t recycle. Or you don’t have any place to put your new hires because all that “extra” space you had when you moved in is now full of file cabinets. Or your shareholders begin questioning your commitment to environmental stewardship.

As you can see, “going green” involves much more than saving trees and reducing carbon emissions – though these clearly have significant long-term benefits for our planet. Closer to home, it speaks directly to cost control and brand equity, and achieving it requires developing a corporate culture that values sustainability, and adopting technologies that can make this a reality.

The good news is that a large majority of the paper that businesses print out –some estimate as much as 80% – is “born digital” … that is, the information it contains was originally created electronically (as a Word file, a digital photo, etc.). Because much of the up-front work of document automation thus has been done for you, incorporating the result into your information management strategy should be a no-brainer, and can tinge your operation “green” without really even trying. Never mind the cash and real estate it promises to free up!