Enterprise Content Management is a concept, set of practices, standards, technologies, processes and disciplines all intertwined to do one thing: productively manage and leverage the information your business generates and uses daily.
If you're new to ECM or need a high level overview of what ECM is this blog series may be useful to you. Why? There is so much information on this topic it can be a bit overwhelming, so we've created this series of blog posts entitled: ECM 101.
This six part series introduces you to AIIM’s (Association for Information and Image Management) ECM process. Ideal for professionals new to ECM these posts provide a brief overview of each stage of the ECM process with non-technical examples and analogies.
We hope this series helps you and your peers better understand the ECM process:
1) Introduction to the ECM Process
2) Phase One: Capture - What is Capture and Where Should We Start?
3) Phase Two: Manage - The Three Key Things to Managing Content
4) Phase Three: Store - Storing Content as Part of the ECM Process
5) Phase Four: Preserve - When Preserving Think of the Mona Lisa
6) Phase Five: Deliver - Delivery, the Last Phase of the ECM Process
We hope this series provides you with useful information and can help you as you plan your ECM strategy. If you have questions you can contact us through our website or give us a call at (905) 267-3949
Victor Bensusan is CEO of Yakidoo. He has 20 years experience in Finance and Information Technology primarily in the area of process automation, information management and business performance improvement.
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Alfredo De Vanna is CTO of Yakidoo. He has over 10 years of international experience deploying over 80 critical information technology and enterprise content management systems. He is fluent in English and Spanish.