The monthly top 5: September

Well folks, October is here.

For some of you, that means it’s time to start planning your Halloween costume. For me, at least this year, I’m much more excited about something else – the return of the Terminator!

Oh, look at that. A lovely segue into our top five list.

The top 5

1. I’ll be back

Holy cow! For the fourth month in a row, your favorite blog post is our Terminator-inspired comic strip that deals with rallying your organization around the strategy of digital transformation.

If you’re worried that you haven’t seen Sofia, Larry, and Phil lately, don’t worry … they’ll be back.

Very, very soon.

2. The high-tech future of accounts payable

Also for the fourth month in a row, this great blog post by Danielle Simer, marketing portfolio manager at Hyland, is in the top five. Clearly, many of you want to know how artificial intelligence, big data, and blockchain will take accounts payable into the future.

Organizations that are taking a proactive approach and prioritizing these emerging technologies are creating competitive advantages that validate their leadership.

Check out Simer’s post to see how you can start planning to utilize these innovative tools to ensure success today and into the future.

3. Bill Priemer announces OnBase Foundation at CommunityLIVE

Another successful CommunityLIVE is in the books. And this year was a doozie. In addition to hosting our annual end-user conference in our hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, we also officially announced OnBase Foundation.

“Whether you’re deployed in the cloud, anticipate moving to the cloud, or are remaining on-premises,” said CEO and president of Hyland, Bill Priemer, “Foundation is the pathway for bringing your current solutions into the future.”

Click the link above to check out the entirety of Priemer’s speech and learn how OnBase Foundation will help your organization unlock the true advantages of content services and access the forthcoming Hyland Experience Platform to utilize stand-alone, cloud-based microservices.

4. From soldier to civilian

“Veterans are an important part of the Hyland life and strengthen our organization in all areas,” said Kathleen Vegh, senior HR manager at Hyland. “That’s why we offer many resources to help and encourage success as they transition from military to civilian life.”

But don’t take our word for it. Check out stories from two of our very own vets: Raquel Rivera, a QA analyst, and Rich Ventresca, a test engineer.

“In my department, R&D, things change quickly,” said Rivera. “With a military background, I have the ability to adapt to changing environments to get things done.”

5. What our execs are reading No. 4: David Luzier

For the fourth edition of our wildly popular What our execs are reading series, we hear from David Luzier, vice president of content services engineering.

Check out the post to see what books have influenced his leadership style and inspired him throughout his career.

This is the end

This terminates the September top 5 blog post.

Wow. Even I didn’t see that one coming. It just kind of happened.

Have a great weekend!

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.

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