Benefits and Implementation of Business-Process-Driven RECORDS MANAGEMENT

Desilva, Nishan; Vednere, Ganesh
November 2008
Infonomics;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p52
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the concept of business-process-driven records management (BPRM). It states that BPRM is one of the ways to ensure sound management of records since they are no longer a one-off step disconnected from the business process. Meanwhile, BPRM entails embedding records management into a business process to develop a relationship. In connection, the benefits of BPRM are also discussed in the article including the better usage, formalizes relationship between process as well as records, and the ability to capture record information lifecycle.


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