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An InformationWeek Live WebCast:

The Myth of Systems of Record vs. Systems of Engagement


Duration:
60 minutes

Many business people are familiar with Geoffrey Moore's dichotomy of "systems of record" and "systems of engagement." While this construct is a simple, clear way of categorizing software purpose and functionality, it doesn't reflect reality in most organizations. Every day, workers create business records within email, collaboration, and social networking applications. At the same time, they seek to communicate and work with others within the context of work processes supported by their organizations' back-end systems, including those used to manage content.

In this InformationWeek Webcast, Larry Hawes, principal at Dow Brook Advisory Services, will make the case for digital environments that provide the data and content, as well as the communication and collaboration tools, needed to perform specific tasks, while shielding most workers from the complexity associated with the capture and management of legal business records.

Featured Speakers:

Rob Preston

Rob Preston,
VP and editor in chief of InformationWeek


Larry Hawes
,
Principal and Founder,
Dow Brook Advisory Services


Cengiz Satir
,
Program Director,
Enterprise Content Management,
IBM


 
 

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