Enterprise Information Management
A few years ago we all talked about Enterprise Content Management (ECM). Before that, there was a clear definition from the AIIM trade union: ECM is the set of strategies, methods and tools used to record information and documents related to business processes. But also to manage, store, store and deliver. It is the architecture that glues documents and business information together. Making them searchable, explorable, organized and ultimately meaningful.
We are now two steps further: Content Services and Enterprise Information Management. As a leading service provider in the field of information management and high-end consultancy, we are happy to explain it to you personally. To know more, click on the button.
What are Content Services
Content Services is an alternative strategy to provide a more practical, multi-repository solution. Namely, to achieve the benefits promised by ECM’s original vision of intelligently capturing information. And distribute information to the right people, processes and departments. Finally, compliance and the creation of process and cost savings are also achieved. Content Services is a replacement for the technical part in ECM.
What is Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
Simply put, Enterprise Information Management is the sum of ECM and Content Services in a modern guise. AIIM has given this its own twist and calls it Intelligent Information Management. It follows a roadmap that offers the following important opportunities:
The term services is deliberate here because a modern company must be able to link these capabilities on-the-fly. To respond to a constantly changing business environment.
Our knowledge and experience acquired during many years of work in Enterprise Information Management (EIM) enables us to professionally realise projects from A to Z. Please feel free to contact us. We are happy to help.