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Special Reports

360 Degrees of Understanding: The Competitive Advantage of a Superior Customer Experience

An investment in technology that satisfies customers and builds loyalty is a bargain compared to the cost of acquiring new customers.

Engineered Quality: The Perceptive Software Approach to Quality Assurance

Weaving quality into every stage of the software development process yields better results than treating it as a single, isolated step on an assembly line.

Getting ahead of the curve: How technology bridges higher education's resource shortfall

Higher education administrators must find innovative ways to process the increasing volume of data and documents while managing flat budgets. Here’s how smart colleges and universities are rising to meet that challenge, and what it means to the students they serve.

Keeping up a competitive (shelf) edge: Digital signs and labels

How do brick-and-mortar retailers enhance the in-store experience in a way that keeps shoppers engaged? One path is with digital shelf-edge signs electronic shelf labels (ESLs) for in-store promotions and messaging. 

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Navigating through the Omnichannel

A new generation of banking technology strives to give customers what they want, when they want it, via their channel of choice.

One imaging strategy, all 'ologies

If you’re a clinician practicing in today’s complex healthcare system, you are more likely than not suffering from blind spots because images from departmental ‘ologies are locked in proprietary imaging systems and aren’t accessible from the electronic medical record (EMR).

PACS Paradigm Shift: Moving control of the data from display applications to an enterprise access infrastructure

A “call to action” through a compelling view of how departmental PACS and enterprise imaging environments in general are changing.

PACS Paradigm Shift: Part 1 Problems with today's PACS

Healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) are experiencing a paradigm shift from departmental views of medical images to a single, enterprise view that encompasses all medical images.

PACS Paradigm Shift: Part 2

Part two examines the impact of vendor-neutral archives (VNAs) and universal viewers (univiewers) on the current paradigm and the opportunities for embracing these technological advancements.

PACS Paradigm Shift: Part 3 The advent of PACS 3.0

This segment describes the PACS 3.0 concept and explores the benefits of making the switch to this new PACS model.

Process Optimization: The Maturity Model of Insurance Automation

Complete process optimization can be an elusive goal for insurers as consumer expectations, regulatory pressures and the operating environment continue to evolve, but process, content and output management solutions can move you closer to the end zone.

Records and Information Management: Culture and Strategy, not Just Software

The growth of corporate information demands more than traditional Records Management tools and practices, but the benefits of a strategic RIM approach are substantial.

Reversing the Headwind: Automation Speeds Processing and Boosts Efficiency

Insurers move away from manual and paper-based processes to mitigate compliance risk, enhance the customer experience and increase profitability.

Smart MFPs: An Ecosystem of Efficiency

As traditional MFPs become commodities, smart MFPs star in enterprise technology ecosystems that reduce costs, boost efficiency and enable future growth.

The learning healthcare system starts with the vendor neutral archive

Building your interoperability solution to benefit patients and providers requires careful planning, the right tools and a rock-solid foundation for healthcare content ownership, management and connectivity.

“Leaky” Risk: Hidden Losses that Cost Insurance Companies Money

Calculating risk is a daily challenge for insurance organizations. But are industry leaders fully aware of hidden forms of exposure caused by manual, inefficient processes and outdated technology?