The New Trends of Enterprise Information Management
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The New Trends of Enterprise Information Management

By CIOReview | Friday, July 10, 2020

The digital market has in store a vast number of technological improvisations that are making it easy for enterprises to manage their information efficiently and effectively. 2020 is all set to experience new trends in the Enterprise Information Management system.

FREMONT, CA: To make businesses thrive, organizations today, in this hyper-competitive market, adopt intelligent Enterprise Information Management strategies. Managing the content smartly is fundamental to managing knowledge in an enterprise.  Here’s a list of the leading business trends of 2020 that can optimize enterprise information management.

Intelligent content platform

Traditionally, the content platforms are not sufficient for optimizing business functions today. Trending is the Automated and Intelligent platforms that use natural language processing and statistical models that can manage the documents better and extract information more precisely.

Intelligent cloud computing

The primary cloud platforms comprise pre-built machine learning, deep learning, and other artificial intelligence models that enhance content management. Currently, professionals hint on improvising the cloud platforms to make them more domain-specific.

Automation and personalization of content

Categorizing the content or assigning the correct document to the correct person can now be automated with sophisticated Artificial Intelligence tools. Along with automation, intelligence also improves personalization, providing users with the content of their interest and preference.

Focus on user experience

As users are the driving force of a business, setting up the best user adoption and experience strategies are voguish today. Smart approaches are adopted today to eliminate the complexities of the system and build role-specific user interfaces and adoption schemes.

User-friendly Interfaces

The user interfaces are more personalized and role-specific today. Improved intelligence techniques provide timely and appropriate insights and content to the right users.

Device agnosticism

Web resources and content cannot be limited to specific devices today, i.e., users would want applications that run on their desktops as well as phones with no compromises on their experience. Hence device-agnosticism is essential to keep up to users' expectations.

Low code platforms

The low-code platforms are recently in trend as they reduce the efforts of hand-coding billions of codes for developing a feature. These platforms make the process more flexible while narrowing down the cost.

Low-code platforms for compliant case management

Compliant case management is shifting to the low-code platforms, enjoying a faster implementation. AppWorks is an example that offers low-code tools for case management, and complaint repositories like Documentum store the content.

Central archiving system

Companies are now focusing on utilizing centralized archives that ensure a standardized system for dealing with their important compliance tasks. Moreover, the centralization of archives makes it easier for the systems to connect with other applications.

As enterprises understand the importance of content today, they need to realize how to optimize and efficiently disperse knowledge to users without further complicating the developmental process. The age of millions of codes needs to shift to a small number of codes, making the digital experience better for all.

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