Document Management

It’s not enough to “manage” content. Of course, the ability to access the correct version of a document or record is important, but companies must go further. Content must be managed so that it is used to achieve business goals. Central to this strategy are the tools and technologies of Enterprise Content Management, which manage the complete lifecycle of content, birth to death. There are four primary areas in which content, and Enterprise Content Management, is fundamental to the success of your company: Compliance, Collaboration, Continuity, and Cost.

  • Cost: The key to a successful compliance strategy is integrating the idea of compliance success into your business-not viewing compliance as a project that can be completed and then considered “finished.” While painful, complying with regulations should be viewed as an opportunity to improve common business processes and not just an ongoing cost to the business.
  • Collaboration: The art of and the ability to work together. Enterprise Content Solutions provide the tools necessary for individuals, departments, and and divisions in separate geographic locations to work seamlessly together.
  • Cost: While these systems can be a costly initiative, what are the costs of not properly managing your content? The cost of not implementing tools is too often left unmeasured until too late.
  • Continuity: Keeping a business going 24×7 is the task of business continuity planning. While often mentioned with disaster recovery, business continuity planning is the overall strategy for ensuring that operations continue in the event of any disruption-natural or man-made.

Wolverine offers complete Document Management solutions including:

  • Capture: Images may originate from a variety of sources.
  • Manage: Process, modify and employ information.
  • Store: Hosted solutions for web-based document presentment.
  • Deliver: Provide clients and end users with requested information in a user friendly interface customized to client specifications.

 

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