Delivering information, delivering pizza

delivering information

Do the people in your organization base their decisions on current information or best estimates?

Utilizing content services, you deliver the right information to the right people. At the right time. Where they need it.

And we’re not talking about a mail cart.

No matter where content is hidden, employees have easy access to it – and the ability to use it timely and effectively. That’s the important part.

The freedom of microservices

Content services focuses on how, where, and when people use content. It’s about empowering them with information.

The idea is to give you the freedom to tailor the services you need. It’s no longer about monolithic systems that dominate your IT landscape. It’s now about microservices that tie your existing systems together to share real-time data and deliver that information to users – especially via cloud technologies.

These microservices share a common API, allowing them to connect multiple repositories. On top of this, you can build a library of reusable components that you can use to quickly create unique applications fit for the task at hand that also fit the way each user works.

Your solutions grow and evolve at the speed of business, rather than waiting a few years between upgrade cycles. You also have access to new features as soon as they’re available through incremental and continual upgrades, which happen automatically.

The power of enhanced service

From interns to executives, people are empowered with knowledge, so they make more-informed decisions and provide better service.

Delivering information across an organizational enterprise is a little more complex than delivering pizza. But, if your employees can’t find what they need to make a decision or help a customer in 30 minutes or less, they should definitely get a free pie.

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a former radio station mascot. A rabbit, if you really want to know. These days, he's a content marketing manager at Hyland, as well as the editor of this blog. The author of three books, he’s been writing about tech at Hyland for more than a decade. His industry certifications include CDIA, ecmp, and an MBA.

1 Response

  1. Avatar Kathy Suk says:

    I always enjoy your humor,even if I don’t always understand it!, 🙂

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