I also encourage you to look at something being presented and try to think of it in a different perspective. If the company is spending money on a document management solution for control and risk management, how will it also benefit the business from an efficiency and perhaps revenue generating perspective?
I enjoy bringing a business perspective to ERM projects, because despite all the fear, uncertainty, and doubt, records exist to support the business, not the other way around
If these are the sort of things that come to mind, your stereotype or perspective of document capture is similar to the majority of the people out there
Because the technology is made available in the cloud, there is limited infrastructure investment, so it's favorable from a capital expenditure perspective and breaks down barriers to entry especially for SMB organizatoins who often can't justify bringing in niche technology
Imagine the difference operationally and from a cost perspective if there was one instance of an ECM system. You would have only one license to purchase, one Service Level Agreement and from a support perspective, one product line to manage
Over the past several months, I've been talking with customers and partner organizations about how they measure the success of their collaboration efforts today -- and am shocked at how much companies really understand about what is happening within their environments. Most collaboration...
Few ECM tools contain any sort of connection like this, tending to measure things more from an audit perspective than an effect perspective
And I think this is the perspective that is needed, right from the beginning
So it is in your own best interest to forge the connection as early and as solidly as you can – and the key to this is to invite as many perspectives to the party as possible
As the newest member (for now) of the AIIM expert community, I thought I’d introduce myself and share some of my technology and business background to give readers a good perspective of the topics I plan to cover, and (hopefully) to elicit some feedback and input from the community
" From time to time I have written about the skewed world-view of managers who become over-reliant on specific analytics, losing perspective on what is really happening on the ground -- managers who spend so much time looking at spreadsheets and performance indicators that they lose sight on the human aspect of their jobs