With the constant growth of data, your systems will also need to grow. That is one of the definitions of scalability. Systems might be scaled up, down or out. Another definition might be the ability of your system to adapt to the current and future demands. With this demand, comes some details that you need to understand, that either they are involved with scalability or are options available to you.
Whit the constant growth of data that keeps happening every day, some new challenges arise in companies. Information is stored in various locations, becoming fragmented, making it harder to know where to look for specific information. So, how do we overcome this challenge?
In today’s digital world, the ability to collect, analyse and process data is one of the most principal factors for any organization, due to the vital role that data plays in day-to-day company decisions. With that, the amount of data generated keeps increasing, and with it the challenges of processing such amounts of data.
Many organizations are switching over to newer and more modern ECM systems. With that, comes the task of migrating content from the “old” platform to the new one.
The migration process can be time-consuming and expensive since many organizations have millions (or trillions) of documents. But with AI, that daunting task is much faster and easier.
When processing diverse types of documents, it’s important to have a way to classify them in their respective types. By having everything properly classified, you can improve your workflow, by directing the specific documents to the right team-members for process, or for your AI to extract data.
There are two methods of document classification: of course, Manual classification; and Automated classification (powered by AI).
Even though smaller organizations are used to employ the manual process, which isn’t done without fail. It’s a time-consuming process and very prone to human error.
So, to optimize the entire process, automated classification with AI is the best option to take. And how can you do that? Well, let’s see…
BPM stands for Business Process Management. It is a management discipline and key piece in content management systems. It uses various methods, such as technology to identify, analyze and improve processes, with the goal of automating tasks, and making them more optimized. In a few words, any combination of methods used to manage a business process is BPM.