Document & Enterprise Content Management Solution
Enterprise Content Management – or ECM. What does that mean? It means you can find files. It means you can scale back on storage space. And even better, it means you can streamline processes and save time.
In this world of information explosion, most organizations are dealing with vast increases of data which are difficult to manage. Sound familiar? Many companies have readily implemented automation in their production processes, but we’ve found that automating the flow of information in organizations is often overlooked.
Document Management is the blend of process, software and hardware which is essential in creating leverage – helping businesses streamline operations, reduce risk, create competitive advantages and increase profits. Do more with less with this transformative technology.
Important Benefits of Document Management:
Gains of 30% to 80% in time spent on daily office processes in all departments including: Accounting, Human Resources, Administration, Production, Maintenance, and others.
Process Driven Environment
Work is queued for people and they don’t have to go search for it.
Cohesive Information Flow.
ECM is often the missing glue that integrates disparate processes and software systems into one cohesive information flow.
Technology Controlled MMP
People expend energy and concern on what really matters and technology handles the mundane manual processes (MMP).
- Gains in efficiency create an edge over the competition by doing things faster and better with lower overhead
- Electronic security far exceeds that of physical paper and it can be easily backed up in multiple copies unlike paper which is almost always a single copy original.
- Customer Service is improved because processes are transparent and information is quickly available.
- Efficency 95% 95%
- Risk 3% 3%
- Customer Service 89% 89%
Providing Document Management Services in Wisconsin and Northern Illinois
We are local experts in: Document Management and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Brookfield, Menomonee Falls, Germantown, Pewaukee, Greater Milwaukee Area, Madison, Green Bay, and Northern Illinois.