You are not alone. Discover how forward thinking manufacturers are integrating their ERP with new solutions to manage their operations end-to-end. Integrating with another technology, such as an Enterprise Content Management solution could allow a company to forgo “a multimillion-dollar purchase and avoid significant organizational disruption,” states Craig Le Clair of Forrester.
Your organization has come to depend upon its ERP system, and rightly so; ERP systems excel at handling data. But what about your PO’s, HR files, invoices, contracts and other business critical documents?
Download this free report to discover why 68% of companies consider that linking their ERP and ECM gave a better or much better ROI than other IT integration projects.
In this report AIIM tracks the progress of paper-free processes, the benefits and the ROI. AIIM charts the adoption of mobile-enabled processes, and content management in the cloud, and also looks at the implications for governance. They conclude with recommendations for company policies and initiatives that will help businesses to change, and to enable their own process revolution.
The ultimate goal of any cost conscious organization should be to gain visibility over its processes and be able to quickly respond to events that could hinder production and affect the bottom line. To approach this goal, the first step is in isolating the barriers that hinder lean implementation and prohibit growth. Learn how to identify and overcome the primary challenges in achieving lean manufacturing.
Microsoft is a convenient fallback for many companies; they utilize the program because it is what they are accustomed to. Over 100 million people currently use Microsoft products in fact, but that certainly does not mean it is the best solution for your business. The researchers at iDatix looked deep into SharePoint and discovered five key areas where the program falls short.
IT Projects are notorious for having low success rates without proper Project Management. Some of the best software products in the world have failed to meet client’s expectations because the salesperson set unrealistic expectations or the implementation time was shortened in order to meet a magic budget number. Review this white paper to learn how to avoid an ECM Implementation destined for failure.
An article by Andy Moore, Editorial Director of KMWorld Specialty Publishing Group that overviews the role of document management as a key to gaining productivity and efficiencies. It also suggested, though, that a smoother path to find the value that documents hold is a better path toward knowledge management.
The report gives an overview of the ways in which information technologies can help organizations cut costs and increase productivity. Discover how Document Management and Workflow are able to effect business processes, the correct way to decide what the best solution is for your organization, and the top seven tips for selecting a solution.
If the world is going to sharply reduce the amount of carbon dioxide pumped into the atmosphere by mid-century, then many businesses will have to go carbon neutral, bringing their net emissions of greenhouse gases to zero. This White Paper explores the inherent problems with paper and how the right technology can aid your organization’s green initiative, effectively benefiting the environment and your enterprise.
This White Paper explores the value of document management and the tangible results it can bring to businesses in today’s economy, as well as defining Electronic Document Management (EDM) and its benefits.
Adopting an innovative ECM solution can allow your business to design both ad hoc and rules-based business processes, and provide a dynamic platform for optimizing business policies. Developing effective policies and meaningful processes has been a business’ most trying experience, but it doesn’t have to be. This paper will discuss policy and process management and how to take the burden out of business.
A 2008 report from The 451 Group, a technology industry analyst company focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation, in which Dennis Callaghan analyzes the iDatix Corporation. Most interesting to note is how quickly iDatix has grown in just the few years since the report was published.