Gartner: Enterprise Content Management is Now Content Services

It’s too early yet to know what effect it will have on our industry, but a recent pronouncement by a Gartner analyst has certainly garnered some attention. He stated — referring to the term not the business practice — that “ECM is now dead (kaput, finite, an ex-market name), at least in how Gartner defines the market. It’s been replaced … Read More

New Webinar Recording Available: The First Mile — 37 Minute Loan Document Processing

Get valuable insights on business process automation from our recent webinar recording. Many thanks to Brian Mueller, manager, integrated records management at Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) for joining Charles Weidman, Buddha Logic founder, and president, for the session. Brian shared CHFA’s story of working with the Buddha Logic team to achieve dramatic reductions in loan processing time and to … Read More

Helping CHFA Save Time and Money with Loan Document Processing Automation: Q&A with Charles Weidman

On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, at 2 p.m. Eastern, Charles Weidman, Buddha Logic founder and president, will be joined by Brian Mueller, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority manager, integrated records management, for a live webinar titled “The First Mile — Single Family Loan Document Processing in 37 Minutes.” (Register here.) As the event approaches, we’ve received many questions about this … Read More

Loan Document Processing: Why the “First Mile” Matters

Staff members at an organization like the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) that processes single family housing loan applications will tell you that the initial steps in the procedure—the so-called “first mile”—are critical. Those unfamiliar with loan processing might ask, “Why? Why do those steps matter so much?” There are a number of reasons, as I describe briefly below. … Read More

What is Data Capture Automation and Migration?

For some organizations today, the intake of information related to their business is still a very manual process. It may involve manually scanning documents one at a time, saving the digital file, retitling it to fit company naming standards, moving the renamed file to a new location, making note of the new document on a other master document, etc. etc. … Read More

Join Buddha Logic and CHFA for a Complimentary Webinar 02/22/17

We would like to cordially invite you to join Buddha Logic CEO Charles Weidman in a webinar discussion with Brian Mueller, manager, integrated records management, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) on February 22, 2017. Charles and Brian will examine the content management strategy employed in reducing loan document processing times from days to under one hour. Take part in … Read More

Why Your “Paperless” Initiative Will Succeed When Others Fail

A thoughtfully designed, systematically implemented Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system can provide a wealth of benefits from increased processing speed to decreased error rates to increased client satisfaction. Approached the right way, an ECM project is likely to be very successful and can greatly minimize the amount of paper your organization produces and manages. On the other hand, when ECM … Read More

ECM Enrollment Challenges Webinar

Rolling out an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution is a process that involves a significant amount of time, effort and resources. The benefits that a well-designed solution provides are worth the cost, of course, but it’s wise to do all you can to streamline the implementation. This includes addressing the challenges that are commonly faced with an ECM enrollment. In … Read More

The Exciting World of Robotic Process Automation

When you hear the term “robotic process automation” what may come to mind is the image of huge yellow arms swarming around a car chassis to weld parts in place. While what you’re envisioning is “robotic” and involves “automation,” that’s not what the term means in our business. The Institute for Robotic Process Automation (IRPA) defines the phrase this way: … Read More

5 Reasons to Embrace Digital Transformation

Personal computers have been in widespread use since the early 1980s. The internet as we know it has been commercially available since the 1990s. Smartphones have become ubiquitous in the last 10 years. Still, the “digital revolution” that has been promised for many decades has yet to fully materialize. And this is true even in business, where changes in technology and … Read More