Monthly Archives: October 2013

October 31, 2013

Enterprise content management (ECM), USA and UK: from point solutions to intelligence systems

Enterprise content management systems generally have at their core what have become largely standardized functions, such as document management, scanning and data capture. Today, progressive ECM vendors are embracing re-definitions of the term ‘content’ and extending the capability of their ECM systems to business process management (BPM) and enabling new ways of managing company ‘knowledge’. […]

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October 27, 2013

Back office document management software (EDM) getting closer to front office business objectives

For many years now, back office software in departments such as Accounts Payable (AP) and Human Resources (HR) have been adopting electronic document management (EDM) solutions to create operational efficiencies. EDM and digital systems have generated huge savings in terms of effective data capture, reduction in admin space, ease of storage and speed of comprehensive […]

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October 24, 2013

Business intelligence dashboards essential for better business decisions today

Today, business intelligence dashboards are essential so that decision makers can stay on top of often complex data and fast moving situations. The lack of ability to see what is going on in the business leads to reduced staff productivity and sometimes to costly delays and poorly informed decisions. A good business intelligence (BI) dashboard […]

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October 21, 2013

10 tips for best practice document management

Adopting electronic document management (EDM) technology involves operational change and sometimes culture change within an organisation. Pre-Installation analysis and staged roll-out enables staff to make the most of their abilities, customers and suppliers to enjoy higher levels of service, and ensures a company reaps the full ROI on its investment. Business case. The business case […]

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October 18, 2013

I-9 and OSHA. Document management to help comply with US HR Records Retention

Document management compliance 1-9 OSHA. I-9 and OSHA retention schedules document records are kept for operational, legal, fiscal, and historical reasons, and can be difficult to manage for many reasons such as: possible litigation, government investigations or audits. This can be a very daunting task. You must know what documents you have, how long you […]

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