November 2014 Blog Posts
Content Analytics - Gaining Insights from the Noise
19/11/14 - Written by James Gannaway, Director of Products and Solutions, Integritie
James has over 14 years' experience working with organisations to help bring structure, control and efficiency to the capture and management of enterprise wide 'unstructured content'.
For the past twenty years organisations have strove for the goal of achieving the mythical 'paperless office' with many coming close to this vision and panacea through the introduction of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions and the scanning of physical documents, the archival of emails and the capture of social media messages.
Having wrestled the 'paperless office' beast, this has left organisations scratching their heads wondering what this battle was for and what true business benefit this gained. Visionary organisations now find themselves with vast repositories of digital 'information' in the form of scanned images, emails and electronic documents with no more ability to make confident decisions based on facts than in the old days of physical filing cabinets.
Financial Insurers and Social Media - An Effective Way to Communicate and Comply
12/11/14 - Written by Debra Leibowitz, Sales Executive, Integritie
For the last 25 years, Debra Leibowitz, Regional Sales Manager at Integritie has enabled Financial Service and Insurance organizations to better leverage, manage, and control Enterprise Wide Content throughout the entire content lifecycle from creation to retirement. Additionally, Ms. Leibowitz has enabled her clients to analyze enterprise content for the purpose of making informed strategic business decisions by providing best of breed solutions.
The use of social media is growing exponentially worldwide. With this said the following statistics are not unexpected: (From Statista – The Statistics Portal)
Currently, there are more than 1.6 billion social network users worldwide with more than 64% of internet users accessing social media services online
Current industry data indicates that more than half of the internet users in North America are social network users. In the United States, these figures amount to more than 160 million users who access social networking sites via any device at least once per month