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6 scary challenges in Enterprise Content Management

Written by Tom Laureys in Enterprise Content on 19/10/17


The rapid growth in the amount of information being produced within companies and how it’s being managed is impacting directly on business efficiency, employee productivity, IT infrastructure complexity, and most importantly, turnover. Understanding where your company is today and getting a clear view on your internal processes and information structure is key to determine what are your problem areas and where you need to invest in the future. But confronting the skeletons in our own closet can be tricky. 

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Virtual Reality: Disrupting traditional marketing techniques

Written by Marc Haarmeier in Customer Experience on 17/10/17


Virtual reality (VR) is not a new concept. From the 19th century’s 360-degree murals to the 1990’s arcade games, the idea of simulating emerging experiences has been constantly appealing the most creative minds.

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6 Halloween treats for digital marketers

Written by Inês Pimentel in Customer Experience on 13/10/17


The trees are turning gold, the weather's getting colder, pumpkin spice lattes are back. Autumn is here and it means Halloween is right around the corner.

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Documentum problems and how to fix them: #1 - Character encoding

Written by Willem Lavrijssen in Enterprise Content on 12/10/17


Documentum has a very broad spectrum of enterprise document management features and solutions ranging from scanning software, over document management and business process management, to document generation. It goes without saying that, even after 15 years of working as a Documentum consultant, sometimes you still find things that were never an issue before.

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A great translation project manager possesses these 6 critical characteristics

Written by Gretchen VanDusartz in Global Content on 10/10/17


Numerous aspects go into a quality translation program, from dedicated linguists to assisting software. But one of the most valuable elements of an effective translation program are great translation project managers. After all, they’re the ones managing almost every facet of your translation process.

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GDPR: An engine for economic growth

Written by Marco van Schaijk in Enterprise Content on 03/10/17


As we approach the date of its official enactment, on May 2018, the attention towards the new data privacy regulation grows manifestly. However, to a significant number of organizations, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is still perceived as an inconvenience which resonates in hard work, time consumption and resources for the sole purpose of limiting the risk of a fine.

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Showing some love for the translation industry: AMPLEXOR celebrates International Translation Day

Written by Jacy Lewis in Global Content on 28/09/17


We are celebrating the first-ever International Translation Day on 30 September! While this day has been celebrated by various groups within the translation industry for years, this is the first year it has been specially designated by the United Nations National Assembly to acknowledge the role translation plays in cultural diversity and recognize the importance of translation professionals in supporting that role.

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Labelling and Data Management: it’s all about the bigger picture

Written by Romuald Braun in Life Sciences on 20/09/17


For some firms in life sciences, product labelling is treated as a distinct, manually-driven process. This is a legacy of an era when technology was trusted and reliable than it is now, and it’s also a major error, as it can leave an organisation vulnerable to risk, such as costly product recalls, and inefficiency.

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How Artificial Intelligence is impacting life sciences

Written by Elvis Paćelat in Life Sciences on 20/09/17


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most talked-about technologies of the last decade. It saw more deployment initially in other industries – telecoms and financial services (FS) were amongst the early adopters - but the past few years have seen a number of life sciences firms embrace AI and reap some of the benefits.

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Gain an edge in your website localization strategy: Understanding high-context and low-context cultures

Written by Gretchen VanDusartz in Global Content on 19/09/17


How does your website localization strategy measure up?  When a company’s website is well catered to its audiences’ linguistic and cultural preferences, it’s like a gold-paved, four-star experience that grandly ushers in customers.

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How a good web content management system supports SEO

Written by Joris Bekaert in Customer Experience on 21/08/17


SEO is important. Depending on the industry you’re in, almost half of your website traffic should be organic, i.e. generated through search engines such as Google.

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IDMP: A Big Data Challenge for European Pharma

Written by Andrew Marr in Life Sciences on 23/05/17


At this year’s AMPLEXOR “Be The Expert 2017” event, Pharm Exec spoke to Andrew Marr about the implications of the EU’s new IDMP (Identification of Medicinal Products) regulations for the pharmaceutical industry.

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