M-Files Announces GenAI Enhancements and M-Files Connector for Copilot to Increase End-User Value

M-Files Announces GenAI Enhancements and M-Files Connector for Copilot to Increase End-User Value

Industry Innovator Strengthens Position as GenAI Knowledge Work Automation Leader AUSTIN, Texas—May 16, 2024—M-Files, the leader in knowledge work automation, today announced new enhancements to its generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) technology, M-Files Aino. Unveiled during M-Files IMPACT, the company’s global conference for customers and partners, the new capabilities help users increase productivity by drawing insights…

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Talent Acquisition and Retention: A Knowledge Work Automation Future

A shift is underway in talent acquisition and retention. Knowledge work automation is shaping the future of talent management and changing how businesses operate. Knowledge workers across multiple industries grapple with the challenges of ensuring security and compliance while operating efficiently. Fast-paced environments require standardized processes and technologies to reach their business goals. The Age…

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AI, Information Management, and the Future of Collaboration

Joel and Ethan Coen. Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Doritos and Taco Bell. Collaborations lead to groundbreaking, creative work. But the next game-changing collaboration will be between knowledge workers and robots—specifically, AI chatbots. The future of collaboration is closely bound to the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and information management. According to a report by…

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Document Management Software Integration

Enterprise software is about efficiency. Different solutions must be able to “talk” to one other. Many business processes must integrate or interact with data across multiple software programs. Knowledge workers need to complete these processes without reentering or reformatting data. ERP, CRM, and Document Management Systems Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are universal across business,…

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Merging Structured and Unstructured Data for Knowledge Work

Organizations depend heavily on data to make informed decisions, create strategies, and promote innovation. Data, broadly classified into structured and unstructured, offer valuable insights that drive efficiency and customer engagement. Structured data are machine readable and can be grouped efficiently, simplifying analysis and retrieval. Unstructured data lack organization and exist in emails, social media, and…

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Data Security and Knowledge Work Automation

In 2023, the number of knowledge workers in the United States was estimated to be more than 100 million, with more than 1 billion knowledge workers globally. These highly trained workers drive value for organizations by applying their creative and problem-solving skills. With the rise of generative AI, there’s been a renewed push to automate…

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Data and Analytics

In today’s digital era, businesses are swimming in a sea of data. Understanding and harnessing the power of advanced analytics, data, collective intelligence, and artificial intelligence (AI) is crucial. Developing a strong data and analytics strategy is essential for organizations looking to use information effectively. Unstructured vs. Structured Data It’s crucial to discern between structured…

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Adding AI and Knowledge Work Automation to Your Microsoft Arsenal

As the digital workplace grows, businesses rely increasingly on advanced technologies to enhance productivity and streamline workflows. Microsoft’s tools such as Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, and Microsoft Office 365 are at the forefront of digital transformation. The Future of Knowledge Work The role of knowledge workers is pivotal to this future. The evolution of knowledge…

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Knowledge Work Automation: Reshaping the Future of Work

Knowledge work automation is emerging as a transformative force in the workplace, reshaping the way professionals engage with work tasks and boosting overall productivity. This revolutionary approach seeks to free knowledge workers from time-consuming, administrative activities, allowing them to focus on core tasks that drive improved productivity. The Current State of Knowledge Work Knowledge work…

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