You’ve got to run a company for profit, you’ve got to run it for revenue growth, but you also have to run it to be around ten years from now doing the right things.
A significant majority of CIOs state that responding to new business needs and driving digital strategy are their top priorities for the next 12 to 18 months.
How are your CIO and CMO working together to make the best use of data analytics for a full picture of your customers now and into the future? How about your workforce?
Every company sitting on top of a profitable business has a target on it's back.
Now is the time for CIOs to choose whether to remain custodians of core IT systems or become drivers of growth through technological innovation.
24% of CEOs say that insufficient information is a barrier to execution when responding to changing customer and stakeholder expectations.
We need to prioritize and align technology investments into areas that drive real growth and innovation for the business.
Agile brands respond to the market. Consumers, especially millennials, expect brands to be relevant and convenient.
Companies have to have a bias for action and think like a startup. They need to reimagine their business, innovate, put digital at the center of their strategy, and put the customer at the center of everything they do.
Any change scenario that doesn't linearly follow the path of vision, skills, incentives, resources, action plan is doomed to fail.
Grow fast or die slow.
Unfortunately, a great deal of the data is locked in unstructured content. To make matters worse, much of the existing structured data uses inconsistent languages and business definitions.
Just under half of CIOs rate themselves "strong and effective" strategic business partners. That is a step in the right direction, but more needs to be done, and CIOs perhaps remain inhibited by their established role as guardians of the technological status quo.
Docurated analyzes the entire enterprise data stack and recognizes relationship patterns between sales opportunities, content used to support sales, and internal collaboration and customer interactions (email, etc.) Omnisource data collection powers the Docurated Content Graph – DocuGraph – and our machine learning algorithm – DocuRank – promotes personalized content and activity that transforms the organization.
Docurated crawls existing content stores and marries this with historical email and CRM data to understand how the patterns of top reps are different from other reps.
Docurated correlates usage data with deal progression. These insights set the foundation for the Docurated recommendation engine.
With the ability to actually find and use content from various applications, organizations that use Docurated get more out of their storage solutions and the DocuGraph provides a view of content usage, investments, and governance across the enterprise.
Docurated indexes all of your company’s assets to provide end users with a single – and searchable – source of intelligence. Docurated’s relevance-driven search functionality uses inputs from many sources including deep crawling of content and metadata sources, relationships and taxonomies extraction, and real-time change detection to provide a holistic – and highly visual – picture of relevant content.
From email to documents in Documentum, SharePoint, Box, and others, the Docurated Content Graph maps the relationships between people and information, and acts as the intelligent fabric delivering personal and contextual content for every knowledge worker. By combining massive evidenced-based inputs and analytics with powerful content surfacing using the DocuRank algorithm, Docurated makes it possible to connect people to the relevant content around them.