Your organization’s staff searches for information, acts on it, moves it and archives it every day. This process, with its manual searching, faxing, photocopying and hand distribution, is costly and time-consuming. But by implementing a content management system, organizations can realize many benefits that noticeably improve organizational efficiency.
Having the right ECM system can allow you to proactively manage regulation compliance and enforce consistent document compliance standards across multi-office teams, remote workers and contractors. From the moment that your digital records are created, you are able to auto-file according to industry regulations and corporate policies.
Records managers are on the front lines of managing risk for their organizations—and they’ve got their work cut out for them.
With complicated retention schedules and the looming possibility of an audit always present, records management involves far greater effort than making sure documents are filed in a safe place. Here are three major records management challenges facing organizations today.
Enterprise content management (ECM) systems have evolved with technology and the changing needs of businesses.
The driving force behind ECM systems is to do business better. Whether you manage large commercial supply chains or are a municipal government clerk, chances are you have content that needs managing.
Here is a basic description of ECM systems and how they can help organizations increase productivity.
First, this article will describe the content ECM systems manage, next, what it means to manage content and, lastly, where the enterprise comes into play when managing content
What’s better, processing a document digitally or with paper? Neither, if both methods take the same amount of time and resources. Optimizing a business process requires more effort than a mere software purchase can provide. And just like a business process, this effort can be strenuous and inefficient or it can be systematic and productive. Basically, this post is about how to optimize the way you optimize business processes…whoa.