As a public organization, you may already have a document management system of some sort. However, chances are this legacy system is isolated to a few departments and hasn’t been updated in a while. It could be the technology in use isn’t even supported by the vendor anymore. Can you really trust this system to support your ongoing digitization demands and the dynamic needs of your members? Now more than ever, public organizations need a comprehensive enterprise content services platform that streamlines operations through automation, provides the low-code flexibility to quickly adapt to change and allows you to better support the needs of your internal and external customers. This is exactly what Hyland provides.
In this ebook, we’ll walk through the three core differentiators between Hyland’s content services platform and what may seem like comparable solutions, as well as provide a checklist for evaluating key content capabilities.
The question of whether a Hyland system, or any content management system for that matter, is necessary often comes up when your organization is considering investing in a modern enterprise application such as:
- Enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications
- Human resources information systems (HRIS)
- Customer relationship management (CRM) systems
- Healthcare information management (HIM) systems
- Financial services applications
- Insurance management systems
These applications are significant investments, and they often offer some lightweight file management capabilities. It’s understandable that your team asks for due diligence to maximize the return on investment and reduce technology overlap.
Access the full resource to get the 3 differentiators that set apart Hyland content management systems, plus a checklist evaluating content capabilities.