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New York,NY / Paris, France (PRWEB) June 09, 2014

Increased customer demands push organizations to constantly adapt and innovate to be competitive. To survive, these organizations set aside traditional approaches to systems and technology, looking for innovative ways to design and build applications that digitize information and processes and adapt as necessary. They are becoming software-defined enterprises.

One area where this approach is challenging the traditional way of doing things is in the content management world. The way content is created is changing dramatically thanks to the Web. No longer is it stored in static files inside traditional enterprise content management platforms. It is living, active content created in structured formats using Web and mobile applications.

This new approach to content requires tools and technologies that weren’t available in the paper world. It requires capabilities that don’t currently exist in legacy enterprise content management systems. Modern organizations need to enable their employees to do their jobs properly and become more efficient – that’s where content, and flexible business applications, play a big role. This is the evolution of content and content management.

In Nuxeo’s new Insights report, learn how content has evolved and is supporting new approaches to business innovation.

Specifically, you will learn:

** How content has slowly evolved from the static documents of yesterday.

** The new role content management systems play to support content, including Big Data.

** How to build content-centric applications that empower employees and customers.

** Learn why information is at the core of every modern business and what that means for building applications that foster innovation.

It’s not about building bigger better content management platforms that act as silos of information. It’s about building systems of empowerment – business applications that create and utilize content to support customers (both internal and external), systems that are flexible and quick to adapt as things change. Organizations that are able to bypass legacy systems and build at greater scale and lower cost will be disruptive, and they will be successful.

Download your copy of Nuxeo Insights: The Evolution of Content in the Software-Defined

, How Content-Centric Business Applications are Redefining Content, Big Data

and Enterprise Content Management.

About Nuxeo

Nuxeo provides an extensible and modular Open Source Content Management Platform enabling architects and developers to easily build and run business applications. Designed by developers for developers, the Nuxeo Platform offers modern technologies, a powerful plug-in model and extensive packaging capabilities. It comes with ready-to-use Document Management, Digital Asset Management and Case Management packages. 1000+ organizations rely on Nuxeo to run business-critical applications, including Electronic Arts, Netflix, Sharp, FICO, the U.S. Navy, and Boeing. Nuxeo is dual-headquartered in New York and Paris. More information is available at

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Posted by BlairMABEL25 November - 10 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) November 10, 2014

The demand for blood products in the U.S. blood transfusion industry has declined considerably over the last five years. This decreasing demand, along with lower blood prices, decreased availability, and higher costs associated with obtaining blood products, is driving industry consolidation, according to a newly released white paper from PYA.

The new paper, titled “Blood Centers Should Position Themselves to Be Agents (Not Victims) of Change,” draws upon several recent reviews, reports, and studies to further explain the factors driving consolidation. The white paper also cites examples of the industry’s response, describing a wave of mergers that observers expect will continue. However, the paper cautions that “bigger” may not necessarily mean “better” when it comes to efficiency, and urges organizations to conduct in-depth analyses when determining whether, how, and with whom to consolidate in order to find the “right size.”    

The white paper also draws parallels between the blood transfusion industry and other segments of healthcare that have undergone similar change. It explores two forms of merger structures employed by the mental health industry at the crux of its consolidation challenges, and provides a vignette of consolidation among community mental health centers, from which blood centers might glean valuable lessons.

PYA assists healthcare organizations in meeting challenges by providing education for governing bodies, leadership teams, and medical staffs; facilitating dialogue in the board room; performing governance effectiveness reviews; and identifying, developing, and implementing strategic initiatives.

About PYA –

For over three decades, Pershing Yoakley & Associates (PYA) has provided timely insight and strategic support, helping clients thrive in the midst of rapid change. PYA is ranked by Modern Healthcare as the nation’s twelfth largest privately held healthcare management consulting firm. For more information, visit

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