Enterprise content management is much more than a simple piece of software. It stands as the definition of processes, tools and strategies that allow businesses to be organized, store and deliver information. Thus, an ECM is not a single process or technology. It is a combination of various tools and strategies to manage all the information and the various processes within a company or organization. So, the question is “How can you optimize your ECM System?”.
Let us recap: we already highlight the advantages of cloud-based systems, checked a variety of problems associated with maintaining on-premises ECM system, and give you some reasons to migrate from a Legacy ECM System to the Cloud.
In fact, as your company grows, at some point you may be forced to embrace an ECM migration or upgrade. So, in this fourth part (remember this is a 5-part article), we’ll check some best practices to follow if you are considering moving your Legacy ECM System to the Cloud.
In the last articles, we decide to share a bundle of tips to help you create and/or optimize your ECM Roadmap. We start by highlighting why is important to have an ECM Strategy and Roadmap. Follow up with some key steps to make it easier to create and implement the ECM Roadmap.
It’s true that creating an ECM Roadmap is an intensive process, but there are some best practices that can allow you to avoid mistakes. Following that, we will end this 3-part article with some of the best practices you must follow. Let’s check it out!
By now, you are already aware that we decide to compile a 3-part article to help you create and/or optimize your ECM Roadmap. Resuming, in our last article we highlight the importance of an ECM Strategy and Roadmap. In fact, we concluded that without an ECM roadmap, an organization’s content strategy can get lost and disorganized. Any organization where users share information online has an ECM strategy.
Following that, in this 2nd part we will identify some key steps to make it easier for users to get their work done. Let us dive into this second part and understand these key steps.
Anybody who gets into unfamiliar places can get lost without a map or GPS! Well, without an ECM roadmap, an organization’s content strategy can get lost and disorganized.
So, if you’re planning to migrate your legacy enterprise content management system, there are some best practices and steps you should follow. For example, it’s important to identify the necessary operational policies, procedures and technologies to maintain a company’s digital information.
Given the importance of this subject, we decide to compile a 3-part article to help you create and/or optimize your ECM Roadmap. Let us dive into this first part and understand the steps and strategies to successfully create an ECM roadmap.