AIIM 20 in Review: How Will Your Organization Ride the Digital Transformation Wave?
By Tori Cameron on March 11, 2020
Last week, KnowledgeLake attended the AIIM 2020 Conference in Dallas. Top of mind during the week? Digital transformation and how organizations can prepare themselves for it. We attended a lot of great sessions that got us thinking about how organizations who are beginning their digital transformation journey can educate and prepare themselves for it. There were quite a few Microsoft Project Cortex sessions at AIIM, which is set to be released in the next few months. We expect it to be a game-changing offering for any organization that seeks better tools to manage its information across the entire enterprise. Naomi Moneypenny, Lead Product Development for Microsoft Project Cortex, gave a live demo of the software in her session. We also got to hear from a Microsoft Project Cortex Private Preview member, Cummins, Inc. about their experience using Project Cortex and how they plan to use it in the future. It was great to see firsthand how a major organization is already benefiting from its use of Project Cortex for content and knowledge management. And Dan Holme, Director of Product Marketing for Microsoft 365 led an illuminating session on how Project Cortex builds upon the current M365 offerings.
It's going to be an exciting few months as we approach the (yet to be announced!) launch date of Microsoft Project Cortex. We anticipate that it will give many organizations a leg up on their path to digital transformation. Follow along with us here on the KnowledgeLake blog and on our social media accounts for updates in the meantime.
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