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5 digital design trends to watch for in 2018

Written by T.J. Besaw in Customer Experience on 18/01/18


It certainly seems like 2018 will be an exciting year for digital design. Now, more than ever before, we have an abundance of data at our fingertips, processing power that was unthinkable only a few years ago, plus, technological advancements that have created whole new means of communication and digital interaction. And it all seems to be moving forward at an astonishing speed.

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Document management best practices and mistakes to avoid

Written by Tom Laureys in Enterprise Content on 16/01/18


An all too common problem we have all been challenged with: Many organizations still store growing numbers of digital documents in multiple locations or personal file-sharing accounts. As the amount of digital information grows at an ever-faster rate, this chaotic approach to document management leads to frustration and wasted resources. From tedious and time-consuming search for the correct document version, to slowed business processes, more mistakes occur and expenses go up.

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Shopping for a translation provider? The cost of translation services shouldn’t be your only deciding factor

Written by Rory Sampair in Global Content on 11/01/18


Having been in the business a long time, we understand just how crucial the cost of translation services is when weighing your vendor options. And honestly, trying to find a quality translation provider at a budget-friendly price shouldn’t have to be like looking for a needle in a haystack.

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The German VR day: defining the present and future of virtual reality

Written by Jörg Drescher in Customer Experience on 09/01/18


Between all the rising VR and AR events you may also find this little gem in Berlin. The 2nd German VR day took place on 7th December and was all about the expanded possibilities of VR in business, beyond traditional applications such as gaming.

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Fireballs, roosters and sing-offs: New Year customs worldwide

Written by Gretchen Sampair in Global Content on 29/12/17


As we begin to wrap up the holidays with a big red bow and prepare for the year ahead, we decided to take a closer look at how different cultures around the globe celebrate the New Year.

After all, New Year’s is about as close to a global holiday as we get. And more to that point, it shows that it’s possible to localize a holiday according to the country and culture in which it’s celebrated.

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Think without your yellow box - Criteria for replacing Google Search Appliance

Written by Ruben Thys in Customer Experience on 21/12/17


Following Google’s announcement that it would be phasing out their enterprise solution for search, known as Google Search Appliance (GSA), a lot of enterprise customers need to start searching for a worthy alternative search engine. If your organization is one of those impacted, an exciting, educational and fun journey awaits you.

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The growing need for centralized content management

Written by Jason Arnsparger in Life Sciences on 19/12/17


Life sciences is a challenging sector to operate in. Competition is tough, and success requires a combination of business agility and control.

But although life sciences is subject to stringent and ever-changing regulation, it can have a tendency to manage content for international markets in an inefficient and error-prone way. 

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Ready for website localization? 5 multilingual SEO tips to get started

Written by Robert O’Shaughnessy in Global Content on 12/12/17


So you have a successful, optimized website. It ranks high in search engines for multiple keywords in your home country, and audiences are flooding in. That’s great! But you notice that traffic numbers are lower than you want for your international audiences. Why is this happening? What may be missing is website translation coupled with a strong multilingual SEO strategy.

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10 reasons why we believe in the Documentum product family

Written by Marco van Schaijk in Enterprise Content on 27/11/17


Ever since OpenText announced that it was buying Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD), much has been speculated about the future of Documentum and associated products such as Captiva, InfoArchive and LEAP. The acquisition not only placed long-term competitors’ Documentum and OpenText ECM side-by-side as a single solution, but it also reinforced that the product family will hit most companies’ shortlists when reevaluating their enterprise content strategy. 

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Master data management and ISO IDMP standards

Written by Romuald Braun in Life Sciences on 23/11/17


Life sciences firms are used to an on-going stream regulatory hurdles, and the upcoming ISO IDMP compliance is another to add to the list. But ISO IDMP is also a little different, and promotes the kind of structure and discipline needed if organisations want to really break new ground and take their businesses forward.

How can organisations use ISO IDMP to change the way they operate, and to transform their master data management?

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Glaswegian Hospitality Sets the Tone for A Successful ISPOR Glasgow Conference

Written by Dana Weiss in Life Sciences on 14/11/17


AMPLEXOR Life Sciences exhibited at the 20th Annual European Congress of ISPOR - The International Society for Pharmacoeconomic Research - in Glasgow, Scotland last week. The conference drew more than 4700 attendees from the health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) community with this year’s theme being “The Evolution of Value in Health Care”. Topics discussed included the evolution of Health Technology Assessments (HTAs), the use of Real-World Evidence (RWE) to Support Regulatory Approvals, and Reimbursement Systems Across Europe.
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DevOps and why it should matter when selecting your technology partner

Written by Dennis Van Aelst in Enterprise Content on 13/11/17


You might have heard the term DevOps and wondered if it is a new process, a new technology, a job title or something entirely different. Or maybe you’re more tech-savvy and automatically thought about continuous delivery, agile and infrastructure as code. But it is much more than that.

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