2016 IASA Annual Educational Conference and Business Show

This year’s IASA Annual Conference promises to be great—and we’re excited to be a part of it. If you are attending the event in San Antonio, June 12–15, stop by and talk to Zia Consulting at booth #638. We also invite you to meet our customer Brian Gray, CIO of Baldwin & Lyons, during the […]

Meet the RM Experts at MER 2016

Coming up May 23–25 is the annual MER conference in Chicago. As MER is the premier educational experience for electronic records managers, naturally Zia Consulting will be in attendance with our partner Alfresco. This conference is recognized as the best single resource for understanding the many issues associated with the life-cycle management of electronically stored […]

Webinar Series: Modernizing Document Processing with EasyRM

During the final webinar in our three-part series “Modernizing Document Processing,” Phil Robinson, SVP at Zia Consulting, discussed the benefits of EasyRM. With ever-increasing oversight, volumes and variability of content as well as cost and complexity, companies are looking for solutions. This is seen in financial services, healthcare, the public sector as well as corporate […]

Webinar Series: Modernizing Document Processing – Moving Your Business from Documentum to Alfresco

The first installment in our three-part webinar series “Modernizing Document Processing,” discussed how you can transform your business by moving from legacy systems like Documentum to Alfresco. Through our ActiveMigrate methodology, your ECM repository can transform to a modern, open platform your users will feel comfortable working with. As a former Documentum business partner, we […]

Can Your Company Survive TRID?

A recent article on points to the 60% decrease in net gain on loans originated by independent mortgage banks and mortgage bank subsidiaries since the implementation of TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures rule. According to the study, total production expenses per loan grew to $7747—an increase of nearly 10% in a single quarter—primarily due to a […]