Understanding Document and Information Management Needs

Our Document Control Team is conducting a short survey on Information and Document Management to better understand how businesses are currently managing documents and information, as well as any challenges they may be encountering.

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Complete our survey: Understanding Document and Information Management Needs

Did you know that Information Management is generally grouped into two main areas? These are Knowledge Management and Document Management.

Knowledge Management provides a structured way to discover, share and collaborate on the information that your business holds, increasing an employee’s decision-making abilities.

Top reasons to use Knowledge Management in your business

  • Easier training and onboarding processes,
  • Improving efficiency,
  • Enhancing staff collaboration, and
  • Improved employee morale through valuing knowledge, training and innovation.

Document Management provides a systematic approach to storing, finding and reviewing documents, and this is often managed using a Document Management system.

The benefits of implementing a Document Management system

  • Automating processes to manage the document lifecycle,
  • Providing different security and permission levels,
  • Ability to apply metadata to categorise documents for improved searchability,
  • Improving productivity by being able to easily locate the documents and the correct revisions, and
  • Importantly it provides the capability to meet compliance and archiving requirements.

Our Core Project Advisory team have the expertise and experience across all areas of Information Management for your project.

Contact us if you’re curious to learn more about how our team can assist you with your Information Management needs.

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