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The Twelve Days of Capture

On the sixth day of capture, my solution gave to me... 6 month return on investment 5 multifunction devices (for distributed scanning) 4 less staffers manually keying data 3 million paper documents (to be scanned) 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually. On the seventh day of capture, my solution gave to me... 7 hours saved per week to work on other things 6 month return on investment 5 multifunction devices (for distributed scanning) 4 less staffers manually keying data 3 million paper documents (to be scanned) 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually. On the eighth day of capture, my solution gave to me... 8 thousand dollars per month saved on error reduction 7 hours saved per week to work on other things 6 month return on investment 5 multifunction devices (for distributed scanning) 4 less staffers manually keying data 3 million paper documents (to be scanned) 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually. On the ninth day of capture, my solution gave to me... 9 less days to process the paperwork 8 thousand dollars per month saved on error reduction 7 hours saved per week to work on other things 6 month return on investment 5 multifunction devices (for distributed scanning) 4 less staffers manually keying data 3 million paper documents (to be scanned) 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually. On the tenth day of capture, my solution gave to me... 10 times 100 square feet (1000 square feet total) in storage space savings 9 less days to process the paperwork 8 thousand dollars per month saved on error reduction 7 hours saved per week to work on other things 6 month return on investment 5 multifunction devices (for distributed scanning) 4 less staffers manually keying data 3 million paper documents (to be scanned) 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually

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What Dana Carvey Teaches Us About Information Governance

If I were to market my information governance program I would have two singing bobble head dolls that would communicate the double headed ROI of information governance: 1) Decrease Risk of Indictment 2) Increase Return on Investment

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How The CIP Meets The Needs Of The Continually Evolving Information Management Landscape

I said before that I would continue the blog post on “ Why All RIM Professional Should Obtain the CIP,” and this is that continuation. Information creation and delivery is constantly changing and this creates new challenges for managing it. In the past records manager had to...

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Go Green And Save Green: Economic & Ecologic Benefits of Going Paperless

These savings can really add up and show an impressive and substantial return on investment

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Creating a RIM Culture of Adaptability

One of the purposes of information governance is to get a return on investment of information. The only way to know what that return on investment is is to know how your users are using information and how it meets their needs

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8 Things About Governance and Social Media

All information in an organization has the potential to pose risk to an organization as well as be an asset that the enterprise can get return on investment...Must stay on top of trends and areas of potential risk and return on investment

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