Sure, your headquarters isn't sitting atop Kilauea Volcano in danger of being consumed by lava at any moment, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be just a little concerned about the ramifications of lost or damaged documents. Implementing a document management system may seem like a pain now, but as they say, better safe than sorry.
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It's a sad fact that enterprise content management just doesn't get enough love. Implementing an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system is one thing, but getting people to use it is another thing entirely. It's our job, as ECM advocates, to alleviate the culture shock our decidedly less sophisticated staff may experience upon encountering this new approach to work.
It’s not so easy anymore getting everyone in the same room for face-to-face meetings like in the good ol’ days. With effective document management systems, you no longer have to incur the unnecessary costs of sending employees on all expenses paid vaca…I mean, business trips.
A busy staff is good, but your staff should be busy being productive, not busy trying to be productive. You don’t want employees spending two hours looking for that one document to get a 30-minute job done, just as much as you probably don’t want them hard at work browsing YouTube videos of fluffy white bunnies.
I’m pleased to present to you number four in the Top 10 Excuses for Not Considering Document Management This Year series. Take a look at this video to see how document management can save trees, time, and money:While we’re on green territory, here are the Top 6 Reasons for Going Green with ECM according to AIIM:1.
ome of you may be wondering why I'm so cuckoo for document management. Corey Smith, a kindred spirit, recently wrote about Why Document Management Growth is Exploding. He points to several trends that have been fueling the growth of Electronic Document Management Systems.
I’m sure if push comes to shove we could find whatever we need to defend ourselves. But when I think of DMS and document management and retention, we should not be looking for problems.
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Okay, I've been browsing around for some video around document and information management, and found a great and understandable series about management pushback. Good ammo for you to use with the big honchos.