Hyland Shares Vision for the Future of Information Management at #AIIM19 Conference
Leading content services provider showcases customer success stories, industry expertise and robust product suite
Hyland invites information management professionals attending the Association for Intelligent Information Management (AIIM) Conference in San Diego to visit booth #29 for a look at the future of content services and industry breakthroughs. Hyland experts will be onsite showcasing the value of a powerful content services approach to transform experiences and provide users with a complete view of the information they need.
In addition to exhibiting, Hyland will expand its presence at the conference, participating in the following strategic sessions to educate attendees on content services best practices and highlight customer success:
Tues., March 26, 4:30 p.m. – Solution Showcase: Realizing the promise of content services
Hyland product evangelist, Tom Grucza, will lead a demo focusing on Hyland’s industry-leading content services platform, including everything from modern content management to intelligent capture and automation.
Tues., March 26 at 5:25 p.m. – Roundtable: The Human Side of Intelligent Automation
In this roundtable, Hyland experts and attendees will discuss how emerging technologies play a role in organizations today, both internally and externally. The conversation will include new research on the current state of intelligent automation, specifically how organizations of all kinds are using or planning to use the technology. Specific benefits for employee productivity and customer experience will also be discussed, as well as why robots can’t replace mankind.
Wed., March 27 at 10:15 a.m. – Executive Session: Will Intelligent Information Management Professionals Be Replaced by Intelligent Machines?
This session, led by Colleen Alber, product evangelist at Hyland, will focus on the profound impact of emerging technologies such as automated intelligence, machine learning and robotic process automation. She will share how to rediscover the purpose of information management professions by focusing on what is most important to organizations and employees, identifying skills that will never be replaced by technology and imagining future potential.
Wed., March 27 at 11:10 a.m. – Customer Case Study: HR in the Cloud = Better Customer Experience for Heinen’s Grocery Stores
In this session, Colleen Alber, product evangelist at Hyland and Bob Walters, business analyst at Heinen’s Grocery Stores, will share how digitizing and automating employee file management and other HR processes freed the organization and its employees from frustrating, paper-based processing to focus on their strengths - providing great service and fine food options to customers.