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Enterprise Content Management done right

October 25th. 2016
Have you ever wonder what if it didn’t matter where a document was stored or which system manages it? How easy would it be to file and access all relevant information?
M-Files ECM

So what is stopping us from getting and implementing the perfect solution? There few common pitfalls for most business, making the document filing and data management very challenging:

Too many islands of data

Information management is more complex than ever. The amount of data is exploding, and in most cases businesses store their data in a variety of different systems or scattered across shared drives, making it hard to find and control. It is not uncommon to find users using the email server as data repository making the information impossible to be searched by other team members. In short, today's business information environment is chaotic, complicated and are a drain on IT resources to maintain. And the bigger the company, the worse it is.

What vs. Where

M-Files What vs. Where

The old approach to ECM was all about where the information was stored, which folder, which library, which site? And with multiple systems, the problem gets exponentially harder. The new approach to ECM isn’t concerned with the location of information, only the context in which it is needed and its relevance to the task at hand. The new ECM is dynamic and personalized; information shows up differently for different roles, teams and individuals. It's intuitive; everyone knows what they're working on.

Empower innovation while maximizing existing IT investments

Choosing an Enterprise Content Management system is usually a top down decision that requires organizational change, and managing change is difficult. Unfortunately, resistance to change prevents innovation that often starts in smaller pockets within the business.

What if it was possible to enable departments and small workgroups to enrich and repurpose information to support new initiatives for specific business needs, such as in legal, accounting and human resources, without disrupting existing systems and processes?

Bridging the gap between Core Business Systems and Content

Enterprise Content Management systems have traditionally been focused on managing documents and other content: contracts, proposals, invoices and so on, often referred to as "unstructured content." But other core business systems (CRM, ERP, HR, etc.) also contain information vital to managing documents and other content. The new approach to ECM embraces these core systems to create a unified, 360° view of information, so no matter what system you're using, you always find what you need.

The new approach to ECM is easy, dynamic and smart, and M-Files is leading the way! Sounds interesting? Contact Us and learn more.




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