ECM & Document Management
In this course we will provide a thorough introduction to and grounding in Enterprise Content Management technologies. Explain clearly how they work together and why they will become of increasing importance to you and your organization.
The database may not be the right place to manage unstructured content – hence the plethora of CM tools to manage, search and present on the market. Understanding how to extract maximum value from content and analytical data is essential in modern organizations. Hence we will look at how to manage and exploit maximum value from ‘unstructured data’/’content’ and look at how you can best marry this information with your current ‘structured data’ activities. We will spend time looking at the vendor marketplace and how this is has evolved from its roots in document management and workflow to involvement with the business intelligence and data management world – and explore where potential conflicts may arise. The course will remain strictly vendor neutral and will aim to give real world examples and methods. Overall this will be a highly practical course, suitable for both technical and more business oriented attendees alike.
With immense document volumes (many estimate in excess of 80% of corporate data is unstructured) coursing through organizations, traditional data management approaches cannot cope. This leaves critical business knowledge untapped, unmanaged and idle business effectiveness and competitive advantage.
What you will learn
- A thorough understanding of ECM Technologies
- A foundation in which to structure potential ECM related projects
- Knowledge of key tools for change with ECM
- Establishing the Enterprise View of Content Management
- Designing the Content Architecture for ECM
- Identifying the Tools and Technology needed for successful ECM
- Initiating an ECM– Friendly Change Management & Organisational Stakeholder Buy-In