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Automation and Business Reengineering PDF Print E-mail
Workflow is concerned with the automation of procedures where documents, information or tasks are passed between participants according to a defined set of rules to achieve, or contribute to, an overall business goal. Whilst workflow may be manually organized, in practice most workflow is normally organized within the context of an IT system to provide computerized support for the procedural automation and it is to this area that the work of the Coalition is directed.

Workflow is often associated with Business Process Re-engineering, which is concerned with the assessment, analysis, modeling, definition and subsequent operational implementation of the core business processes of an organization (or other business entity). Although not all BPR activities result in workflow implementations, workflow technology is often an appropriate solution as it provides separation of the business procedure logic and its IT operational support, enabling subsequent changes to be incorporated into the procedural rules defining the business process. Conversely, not all workflow implementations necessarily form part of a BPR exercise, for example implementations to automate an existing business procedure.
 
Content Life Cycle PDF Print E-mail
A Document Life-Cylce is document centric. It consists in various operations performed on a document from the moment it is captured (received) to the moment it is archived or destroyed. DMS provides all features required to support a full document life-cycle. DMS main modules are:

  • Capture: it consists in the “electronic” capture of more then 200 formats of documents and their referencing in the DMS System and Application Catalogs (indexing).
  • Storage: it consists in the flat or hierarchical storage of a referenced document in the DMS Document Storage Catalog.
  • Processing: it consists in the various operations that can be applied to stored document in order to make their storage and retrieval more robust, performing and reliable.
  • Publishing: it consists in providing all required tools to search for, retrieve and reproduce documents.
 
ECM Benefits PDF Print E-mail
• Speed publication of timely information while cutting the costs of creating and deploying new content
• Deliver more company information, more expertise
• Empower a greater percentage of employees (as well as vendors and partners) to contribute valuable content
• Ensure consistency of messaging across all global sites
• Enable enterprise-wide collaboration for creating or approving content
• Match content and format to a user’s needs, locale, Language, and interests
• Manage large amounts of content published to many sites and keep it consistent and accurate
• Guarantee that only approved content is published
• Secure sensitive information, making it available to authorized users while protecting it from unauthorized access

 
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