Kelly is passionate about delivering high-impact solutions that achieve organizational goals as well as providing a superior user experience. His experience in assessing how documents flow through business processes began in 1988 with NCR. His solution design skills were enhanced during his time working with clients at Eastman Kodak. In recent years, Kelly has continued to build his knowledge and abilities working with a variety of clients delivering solutions ranging from departmental applications to enterprise-level solutions with thousands of users.
 

Before it was a hilarious movie starring Bill Murray, “Groundhog Day” was known solely as the first hint that maybe – just maybe – winter would end a little early. That’s the day Punxsutawney Phil predicts whether we will have six more weeks of winter, or can begin celebrating spring.

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Think about your favorite baseball team. Whether it’s the World Champion Cubs (gosh that sounds weird to say) or the lowly Twins, they each play with their own style. While that gives them a certain uniqueness, they both adhere to a larger set of rules; namely, those of Major League Baseball

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The crush of technological advancement that we’ve all seen in our daily lives can make everything seem more complex than it needs to be. With that in mind, it should be no surprise that I am going to make this blog post simple. In fact, “simplicity” is my work motto, too. While there are

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If you attended the ECM Conference of the Carolinas in Charlotte this past November, you heard me say that I’m a big proponent of education. In this context, I’m speaking specifically to education as a means to understanding how Enterprise Content Management – ECM – can make a big

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Sure, I’m afraid of zip lines. I’ll admit it. It’s one of those weird man-made adventures that I’ve never quite understood. Zip lining, parasailing, skydiving, spelunking… all of it. Call me crazy, but I prefer activities that can be enjoyed on land. Solid land. I realize there are

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