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I have some news to share. Melissa Carlis, Senior Director, Information Governance Solutions for Canon Business Process Services has been selected as a member of the ARMA 2018 Conference Education Management Group (CEMG).
In this post I’ll highlight how, in addition to using the latest technology, another approach to help attract and meet the needs of today’s new breed of workers is to integrate what Canon refers to as a community management model into the company’s range of facility support services.
This is the third post in my series on trends affecting facilities management (FM) professionals. Today’s employees work differently. One distinction is that they expect a higher level of service.
It’s important to point out that while migrating to an agile workspace can offer significant business benefits, it can also be a massive change for a company. As such, in this post I’ll spotlight a few ways to address this challenge at a high level.
Today, supply chain executives face a difficult business scenario. While the complexity and velocity of their company’s supply chain continues to grow, customer demand for top quality service remains high.
In this and my next few posts, I will spotlight several key trends that may alter the business landscape for facilities management during the next few years.
My colleague at Canon Business Process Services, Baron Brady, Solutions Engineer, Legal-Information Governance solutions, points out that if it’s time for your firm or company to design a taxonomy for your paper and electronic content, then you likely already understand the benefit of document management best practices.
Canon is offering helpful insights that you can leverage to answer some of your most pressing questions about improving accounts payable processing.