Enterprise Information Management
The digital revolution is now an operational reality. The need for effective IM has never been more obvious, but the challenges are significant: the decisions made by today’s IM leaders and practitioners will have a considerable impact on the government’s ability to fully exploit existing knowledge, demonstrate accountability, respond to new demands, and effectively preserve information of business value.
Today’s IM environment demands a focus on the complete lifecycle of electronically stored information, but the “IM environment” is broader than ever. It includes traditional business documents, all manner of digital assets (from multimedia objects to XML fragments), and structured data. It includes information generated using familiar settings and tools, and information that is the result of a wiki-enabled collaboration or an instant message exchange.
Systemscope’s Enterprise Information Management practice brings significant business value to business and service transformation initiatives by transforming information, today’s currency, into a sustainable and re-usable asset. This practice area marries a strategic orientation with strong information architecture and management expertise.
Our EIM practice focuses on such digital imperatives as:
- Business-friendly EIM strategies and implementation plans
- Optimizing information “findability”
- Information architectures, renewal and management
- Integrated management of structured and unstructured e-records
- Renewal of governance and policy frameworks
- Collaboration management strategies
- Putting metadata to work
- Raising employee IM Awareness
- Strategies for exploiting external knowledge resources
- EIM performance measurement