Friday, 24th August 2018
How can you use automation to better manage your workflow?
There are plenty of tools that promise to make our work lives easier and more efficient. But getting away from spreadsheets, emails and to-do lists is easier said than done. It doesn't necessarily mean a jump straight to machine-learning, AI or other newer technologies; there are robust and proven tools to help manage subscriptions, project management or enquiries.
In this webinar, Jinfo analyst Andrew Lucas presents highlights of this year's benchmarking research and editorial insights to showcase how information centres can harness AI and other tools to improve workflow and move from transactional to strategic.
This is the slide deck and speaker notes from the Jinfo Webinar "State of the industry for automation", which ran on 23rd August 2018
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