“Do we still need Hyland?”
This is a question that may come up from time to time within your organization. Hyland gets it and considers this a sign of a proactive customer who is working to stay at the top of its game. A customer that strives for greatness- that’s the best kind of partner by Hyland’s standards.
This ebook will guide you through the three core differentiators between Hyland’s content services platform and what may appear to be comparable solutions. It will also provide a checklist for evaluating key content capabilities for your convenience.
When organizations invest in a new business application, their IT team, operations leaders, those concerned with budget matters, or other staff, usually ask:
“Is Hyland’s content management platform still necessary/relevant?”
The new application may even store files, so where’s Hyland’s place? With budget constraints on the line, this is a wise question to ask. Hyland regularly works with clients who discover over time that their tech investments are beginning to become under-deployed, uncontrolled, and sprawling. The question is often relevant when the organization’s application in question is as such:
- Enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications
- Human resources information systems (HRIS)
- Customer relationship management (CRM) systems
- Healthcare information management (HIM) systems
- Student information systems (SIS)
- Financial services applications
- Insurance management systems
These applications are significant investments. They may even offer some form of file management tools, but they’re not likely to be very robust. This can lead to unexpected problems both during and after the transition between your Hyland system and the new application. It’s perfectly understandable that your team asks for due diligence to maximize the return on investment (ROI) and reduce technology overlap. However, it’s also important to carefully examine the differences between Hyland and any potential new solution.