It is well known that the primary reason ECM and records management implementations fail is because of change management issues. This seems to happen even if a significant change management effort is made - but why? A key reason is that ECM designers, trying to accommodate stakeholder...
In this step, you will work with subject matter experts and users to produce a detailed system design. Outputs from this stage might include detailed project plans, documentation of changes to requirements, the detailed system design including architectural diagrams and models, file plans, support plans, and the implementation plan
In imaging systems design and monitoring, for instance, we consider such factors as image size, scanner resolutions, data throughput, bandwidth used, and images filed
The most effective way to accomplish this is to implement a file tracking system designed to account for all actions: folder pull, delivery, folder check-in, document preparation, scanning, quality assurance testing, re-processing, indexing/exporting/OCR, auditing, folder check-out and in-process check-out
All of the technical wizardry in the world during systems design will not assure we have records of evidentiary value and archival quality if the systems do not perform exactly as expected
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Records management refers to any type of logical system designed to organize and store records, while making it easy to access those records when needed
Generally speaking, when an electronic record, document, or any type of information object is deleted, pointers to that information object are erased from one or more systems designed to locate it
Link to presentation by Tod Chernikoff. What does it take to ensure the systems you develop or acquire align with your RIM requirements? This session will offer you guidance to increase the odds of compliance with your organization's RIM goals. Over 20 years ago I realized the disconnect...
AIIM True North webinar Oct 28 Aligning Systems Development and Implementation with Your Organization's RIM Requirements or RIM is Vital to Systems Development and Implementation.pptx