Digital Records Transformation - Transforming Public Sector Silos of Process, Content and Data


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Initiatives for digital government in various countries around the globe call for a new digital era in the public sector. The aim is to lay the foundation for digitization of administration in order to create simplified and more efficient processes for federal, state and local governments. Though in reality, there is a HUGE paper trail in the administration, slowing down processes and impacting citizen services.

 

A key element to delivering on a truly digital strategy is an electronic file capturing all relevant content, eliminating paper and integrating unstructured content into business process and systems. This can be a challenge with current siloed processes, content, and data.

 

Register today and join us for this information-packed webinar to build an understanding of the benefits of aligning process, structured data, and unstructured content within a dynamic case construct. Learn how to manage content throughout its lifecycle to include secure and compliant long-term storage from digitization to destruction.

 

Benefits of participating in this webinar include learning about:

  • Eliminating paper, media duplications, and waste
  • A legally compliant digitization process and storage
  • The benefits of extended ECM and dynamic case management

Speaker and Presenter Information

  • Tom Chapin, Public Sector Lead, Enterprise Presales, OpenText
  • Brian Chidester, Global Industry Strategist, Public Sector, OpenText

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Event Type
On-Demand Webcast


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Cost
Complimentary:    $ 0.00


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Organizer
Digital Government Institute


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