HR departments must manage a large volume and variety of information that is often highly confidential. Employee records, contracts of employment, payroll information and learning requirements barely scratch the surface when it comes to the plethora of information managed by HR, often in both paper and digital form.
In this white paper, learn about the challenges of manual quality processes, the types of information typically managed within a quality management system, how data management can improve compliance-related activities, and how an effective solution for information control can significantly improve quality systems and processes.
Managing business information is more complicated today than ever. The amount of data is exploding—according to The Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research, the largest independent research organization in Scandinavia, over 90% of the world’s data has been generated in the last two years—and it’s not slowing down.
This whitepaper cites analyst research groups, industry organizations and trusted media sources that address information management challenges such as big data, mobility and the cloud in order to provide insight on how organizations can leverage ECM for positive outcomes.
Reducing costs, improving performance, achieving regulatory compliance, increasing visibility and enabling strategic performance are all tasks every organisation needs to complete.
This whitepaper examines the relevant issues and benefits of Accounts Payable (AP) transformation in detail as well as best practices around such initiatives.
A paperless office is a work environment in which the use of paper is eliminated or greatly reduced. Going paperless can save money, boost productivity, save space, make documentation and information sharing easier and help the environment. But how realistic a goal is it for your organisation?
Records management, or electronic records management, is an administrative function that needs to be in every organisation to manage its information assets, both those considered records, as well as those which are not considered formal records.
This whitepaper discusses business drivers for electronic records management in four broad categories: compliance, effectiveness, efficiency and continuity.