Something For Nothing

Johnson, Bill
January 2009
Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p80
Trade Publication
The article discusses the benefits of optimizing electronic document capture processes in business environment. According to the author, an electronic document management systems (EDMS) technology has become widespread throughout business entities and government operations of all levels. It states that improving one's document capture processes can lead to more effective use of what an organization had already in hand. It emphasizes that the accurate and consistent indicator of efficiency in upgrading an application is its throughput.


Related Articles

  • A Better Way to Work. Miles, Doug // Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p82 

    The article discusses the benefits associated with enterprise content management (ECM) investments in business environment. A survey found that most of the benefits linked with investments for improved information access and better records management are in the soft dollar category. It explains...

  • Building the Intelligent Enterprise.  // Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p86 

    The article discusses the benefits of obtaining an enterprise content management (ECM) for business environment. It states that an information-rich environment supports insights, actions and decision making of business leaders. It emphasizes that ECM technology drives growth, revenue,...

  • ECM in 2006: Leveraging Existing Investments to Increase Adoption. Watson Jr., James // AIIM E-DOC;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p21 

    The article discusses the ways on how to leverage existing implementations of enterprise content management technology to increase adoption. First, archive systems need to become transactional. Second, organizations need to strengthen their business cases and tie their justification to hard...

  • Looking Back and Looking Ahead. Morrison, Robert L. // Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p74 

    The article discusses the benefits of using technology to manage records for businesses. It highlights the evolution of digitizing paper, also known as microfilm or microfiche, as a tool of faster filming machines for business entities. It states that the concept of computer output microfilm...

  • ECM Project Triage. Edelman, Russ // Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p53 

    The article discusses the introduction of an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Triage process. The project is a formulaic and generally accepted process that allows information technology (IT) shops, project management offices and executives to ease their burden in data management. It...

  • Maturity Models: An Integrated Management Approach Proposal. Tabares, Marta S.; Lochmuller, Christian; Mesa, Andrea // CISTI (Iberian Conference on Information Systems & Technologies ;2013, Vol. 2, p266 

    This article proposes an integrated management approach for the use of maturity models. This approach depends on the capabilities of an organization for incorporating change-, process-, knowledge- and IT management. The applied methodology is mainly qualitative and explorative, based on a...

  • A hierarchical classification mechanism for organization document management. Jiang-Liang Hou; Fong-Hsin Lin // International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology;Mar2006, Vol. 28 Issue 3/4, p417 

    In light of the popularity of digital documents in manufacturing systems and manufacturing support systems, implementation of electronic solutions for enterprise document management is critical for modern enterprises to effectively accumulate domain knowledge. Previously, automatic document...

  • Guiding Your Organization Through Murky Waters. Hill, Brian W. // Information Management Journal;Jun2009, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p50 

    In this article the author discusses the benefits on electronically stored information (ESI). It states that electronic records management can facilitate regulatory compliance and reduce legal risks associated with e-discovery. However, poor implementation and an unrealistic level of adoption...

  • Getting From Point A to Point B: What it Means to Take a Federated Approach. Irvin, Reed E. // Information Management Journal;Jun2009, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p46 

    The article discusses the benefits of taking a federated approach in managing records, e-mail archiving and e-discovery. It states that federation is the ability to access information and communicate between disparate content silos. In addition, the federation solution can help organization find...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics