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Information Management is the handling of information acquired by one or many disparate sources in a way that optimizes access by all who have a share in that information or a right to that information.
Retailers can analyze this data to generate insights about individual consumer preferences and behaviors, and offer personalized recommendations in near real-time. Key to this is the ability to optimize merchandise selections and pricing that are tailored to a consumer’s likes and dislikes.
Published By: Equinix
Published Date: Aug 14, 2015
This report reveals how media companies and broadcasters must consider new strategies to meet rising expectations and maintain audience share due to the increasingly wide audience with an insatiable hunger for content.
This guide provides: Key insight into how to create a service catalog, clear guidance on defining a service catalog, and an easy to use service catalog template to help you start realizing business and customer benefits.
Watch this webinar to hear the VP of Enterprise Data Management for Sutter Health, Vijay Venkatesan describe the challenges and successes that Sutter Health faced in driving their enterprise wide data strategy.
Read the white paper to learn how to put a plan in place for full functional validation, and get details on the importance of validating resiliency in a live environment; learn why small-scale recovery “simulations” are inadequate and misleading.
Deze stap is belangrijk, niet alleen om compliance te verzekeren maar ook om de kosten in de hand te houden. Ook waarborgt u dat uw informatie op het juiste moment beschikbaar is, onafhankelijk van waar deze zich bevindt.
Carla Wolfe, Senior Business Analyst at Elevations Credit Union will describe their process discovery journey, and how it has led to remarkable changes in their organization. Along the way they've also accumulated several performance awards, including the 2013 Rocky Mountain Performance Excellence PEAK award, and plan to be a 2014 applicant for the prestigious National Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Award.
You know every tax dollar counts: The post-recession drop in funding coupled with mounting financial commitments and legislative demands for improved access to information leave no choice but to make operations more efficient.
Agenda automation software eliminates manual tasks associated with creating, distributing, and publishing agendas, reduces the prep time (by as much as 50% or more) and associated costs of meetings while introducing a flexibility that makes tight deadlines easier to manage.
The impact is far reaching, from improved transparency to freeing up staff time to work on other priorities. It not only pays for itself in paper savings, it brings money back into the budget—from $300 to $1000 per meeting, depending on the size of the organization.
Learn more about how easy it can be to automate your meeting agendas, and what you can get back as a result.