Facts 2018-07-03T20:45:32+00:00

FACTS

Today, we all experience a massive influx of information into organisations, due to several causes:

The very business activities require to receive, transform and design new information in an increasingly complex context: competition, multi-channel, extended enterprise, Big Data, IoT, digital transformation …
The regulation is more and more imposing.
Quality management also requires to consume, formalize, transcribe and publish information, etc.

The organizations must therefore manage various and multiple data sources, whether structured (20-30%) or unstructured (70-80%), whether internal or external.

STRUCTURED  
(20-30%)

UNSTRUCTURED
(70-80%)

The IT answer initially provided internal solutions for the different services or departments. Current IT answer is to create Data Lakes and send the information in the cloud to avoid managing the storage space.
This causes a profusion of destinations depending on the tools set up by the various services and even on users habits: File System, ECMs, Cloud…
But in their working context, users need to easily locate documents on different shares and gather all the elements required to better understand the information.

“The average company spends $20 in labor to file a document, $120 in labor to find a misfiled document, and $220 to reproduce a lost document.
Professionals spend 5-15% of their time reading information, but up to 50% of their time locating pertinent information.”

How much are you willing to pay for a poorly traced commitment?

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