Organizations have invested heavily in content management solutions but most have not realized content management goals. EIS can help you realize real return on investments with solutions and best practices to ensure ongoing success. Get the full lifecycle assistance you need to make your content lifecycle successful ― from requirements and strategy through design and implementation.
ECM Strategy & Planning
How do you get the return from your ECM investments? Start by establishing your ECM strategy. Align business needs with content management capabilities, prioritize resources, and engage team members across departments with a unified content management strategy for the organization that meets the needs of stakeholder types. Determine the right strategy to improve decision making, effectiveness, and business impact, while guaranteeing that enterprise information is secure and compliant with internal policies and external regulations. Ensure that your plan will provide access to the right information to the right resources at the right time, and serve as a powerful strategic lever to get to the next levels of productivity, customer loyalty, revenue, and profitability.
Technology alone does not solve problems -- people, the right technology solution and solid business processes solve problems. EIS can help to develop an effective strategy and implementation plan that aligns your business needs with solutions, process, management and governance best practices to ensure ongoing success.
Transformation Program Management & Governance
Is your organization overwhelmed by the accelerated volume of content developed for your digital commerce strategy? How well is your organization coping with the requirements of meeting governance, risk and compliance mandates? Has your organization kept its content house in order to manage business efficiently and effectively?
Transform your operational performance. Increase the value and reusability of your content. Ensure that your enterprise content management strategy considers how people, systems, and content intersect. Establish the governance & content management policies needed to ensure valuable content is stored, managed and re-used effectively.
Engage cross organizational stakeholders, establish common understanding of hand-offs, specify decision rights and an accountability framework for the appropriate behavior throughout the entire information management lifecycle. Ensure the effective and efficient use of information in enabling an organization to achieve its goals.
Solution Design & Implementation
Hundreds of point solutions dot the landscape, promising information and content management nirvana. The truth is that many do provide unique benefits and capabilities but more critical is how companies select from, incorporate and adapt this technology landscape to achieve those benefits, without adding undue costs or crippling operational complexity.
Regardless of the set of tools you’re using to leverage information, you need consistent vocabulary and context. Information Architecture provides this context through a more systematic understanding of sources and uses of information. The right Information Architecture optimizes content-centric processes. It describes the content and provides structure and vocabularies that connect these processes. The result is your information (data, content, digital assets, expertise, etc.) is more findable, usable and valuable.
Unify people, process, content and technology. Design and implement your content management systems to leverage the benefits of a strong Information Architecture foundation.
SharePoint (SP) continues to grow in adoption and capabilities, but most corporate users find that team sites have sprouted across the organization, but search, sharing and findability across projects is no more effective than before. In short, they have accidentally automated the mess. If you’ve invested heavily in SharePoint but don’t feel that your organization has achieved your content management goals, get the full lifecycle assistance you need to make your SharePoint deployment successful ― from requirements and strategy through design and implementation.
Align business needs with SharePoint functionality, prioritize resources, and engage team members across departments with a unified SP vision for the organization. Design a successful SharePoint information architecture and user interface to best leverage taxonomy and metadata and make your content easier to find and use. Ensure you make all your distributed SharePoint documents accessible through a single enterprise search platform.
Technology alone does not solve problems -- people, the right technology solution and solid business processes solve problems. Develop an implementation plan that adopts process, management and governance best practices to ensure success.