SINGAPORE, Aug. 27, 2021/Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --
Hyland, a leading content services provider, has reported a global trend towards cloud-based technology and services investment across the APAC region. This is directly attributed to a rise in work-from-home (WFH) employees across the region, as organisations move to adapt to new business conditions. According to recent statistics from Deloitte, a potential 50 million jobs could switch to remote work across the ASEAN-6 countries over the next few years. This has given rise to an acceleration of digital transformation initiatives across the region, as companies seek to better equip employees who may be working remotely.
"We are seeing a significant shift in mentality in every industry across the region, from organisations wishing to increase the range and improve delivery of the tools their employees require for optimum business efficiency. Even in areas that have traditionally eschewed cloud-based subscription models, large enterprise has shifted towards embracing this more flexible way of doing business," reports Eugene Chng, APAC AVP for Hyland.
Hyland has several data centres across the APAC region, in countries including Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. The company offers cloud-based solutions across a wide range of content services applications such as enterprise search, robotic process automation (RPA) and intelligent capture.
"Moving to cloud-based technology makes sense at a time where companies across APAC need fast, reliable delivery of tools and applications, as well as seamless workflows and collaboration. Content services solutions have never been more important to keeping an enterprise moving forward, providing a 360-degree view of all content to all employees regardless of their location," said Chng.
Hyland, ranked as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant ( https://www.hyland.com/en/explore/gartner-magic-quadrant-for-content-services-platforms
) for content services for the past 11 years, has made significant acquisitions over the past 12 months to broaden the range of solutions and services the company can provide. These include open-source platform Alfresco, digital asset management platform Nuxeo, and RPA platform Another Monday.https://www.hyland.com/en-SGSOURCE: Hyland--BERNAMA