Hyland, a third-party vendor of ECM solutions, recently announced it will be operating a blog aimed at helping companies decide upon ECM solutions. As regulatory compliance responsibilities increase for companies of all kinds, ECM suites, which help manage content sent to regulatory authorities, have become valuable tools for remaining compliant.
The blog will include insight from a number of employees at Hyland who specialize in various aspects of ECM technology. The increased regulations demand every member of an organization understands potential compliance risks and works to eliminate any issues in his or her daily routine. The ultimate goal of the blog is to help organizations grasp the best methods of managing document storage capabilities.
"Navigating an ECM purchase can be confusing," John Opdycke, vice president of marketing for Hyland Software, said. "It involves a complex set of technologies and vendor marketing that”s heavy on jargon and product information. Our blog cuts through this clutter."
Failure to comply and properly manage data recently forced the U.S. Financial Regulatory Authority to fine investment bank Piper Jaffray $750,000 for not documenting email correspondence over a six-year period.