Thursday, October 09, 2014

KM Chicago - October 21st, 2014 - Enterprise Information Management (EIM): Adapting ECM to Industry-Specific Use Cases


General Meeting


Tuesday, October 21st, 2014*

 

At:  McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP
300 S. Wacker Drive, Suite 3100
Chicago, IL 60606
(Please bring picture ID to present to the security desk)

5:00 to 5:30 PM – Networking

5:30 to 7:00 PM – Enterprise Information Management (EIM): Adapting ECM to Industry-Specific Use Cases




Greg Milliken***, will be discussing Enterprise Information Management (EIM); EIM, offers a powerful new approach to adapting enterprise content management (ECM) to address the unique demands of vertical industries and individual businesses. A key element of EIM is the ability to break down information silos by combining structured data, such as that in ERP and CRM systems, with unstructured content, such as documents and media files, to instantly locate the most relevant, up-to-date information in a unified, consistent way across the business. Real world use cases will be discussed to show how businesses in a variety of industries are implementing EIM technologies to improve productivity and increase competitive advantage. 

* In order to accommodate our members, KM Chicago General Meetings alternate the second, third or fourth Tuesday of every month.
** Please register by emailing your name and organization to Admin@KMChicago.org  as soon as practicable.

*** 
Greg Milliken brings over 20 years of management experience in a variety of technology companies to his role, where he oversees worldwide marketing initiatives at M-Files Inc. Prior to M-Files, Greg served as CEO of Alibre, Inc., a 3D CAD/CAM software vendor, as well as Vice President of Marketing for Knowledge Revolution, an engineering software vendor acquired by MSC Software. He also co-founded AccelGraphics, a 3D graphics hardware provider that grew to IPO in three years and was the eighth fastest growing public company in Silicon Valley in 1997. Greg holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

Greg Milliken 's Linkedin Information

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