Today’s organizations work with a great deal of information. While the bulk of it is digital, much of it remains on paper.

This is especially true for industries with heavy compliance and regulatory requirements, like health care and legal services.

This leaves us with a sobering reality: there is a mixed environment of paper and digital information that is growing in both volume and value every day.

Read Five Considerations for Your Digitization Plan to learn how your organization can put the ‘intelligent’ in “Intelligent Information Management” by using two frames of reference: risk and opportunity.

Through these lenses, we’ll explore ways to:

  • Evaluate your information stores and target key processes for transformation
  • Adopt best practices for governing your data and information (digital or paper), ensuring compliance and accessibility, while treating your information as an asset
  • Implement a cross-functional "Intelligent Information Management" team to drive change and sustain improvement