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I was reading the research report, 2018 Trends in Cloud Computing, published by the Computing Technology Industry Association (COMPTIA), a leading tech association that provides education and advocacy across the IT channel. There are four data points that caught my attention. They say a lot about why document management and business process automation in the cloud are so transformative for organizations.

Avoiding Incorrect Entries – Defining Default Values – Immediate Forwarding of Collected Data – Structured Collection of Information – Available Anytime, Anywhere ... Modern web forms not only simplify, enhance and accelerate data collection. They also help you work more efficiently and automate the flow of information, especially when coupled with workflows.

“Why would I pay for something I can get for free?”

Ever found yourself saying that? Maybe it was for an online music-streaming service which constantly interrupts your favorite playlist with commercials. Perhaps it was for a website membership, which you later found out entitles you to free shipping that would have saved you money in the long run. Often, paying for a service is actually a better decision than attempting to use the free model.

In January 2017, Michael Woodbridge of Gartner created a bit of a stir in content management world with this pronouncement in The Death of ECM and the Birth of Content Services: 

In January 2017, Michael Woodbridge of Gartner created a bit of a stir in content management world with this pronouncement in The Death of ECM and the Birth of Content Services: 

How would you feel if your first days at new job looked like this?

How would you feel if your first days at new job looked like this?

With DocuWare Forms, you can easily create flexible, web-based forms without any programming effort. Just using drag & drop, you can add text boxes, check boxes, dropdowns, calendar entries, file uploads and more. DocuWare Forms are ideal for integrating in workflows. Existing paper forms can also be scanned and then used as a template for an electronic form – the design and format of the original are retained.

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