When you’re planning to implement an enterprise level content management system, you need a flawless plan that will make sure the transition goes smoothly. When tens, if not hundreds, of employees rely on a content management program or software to do their jobs correctly, transitioning to a new program could result in a huge financial loss if errors occur. When you begin this transition, consider the following:
If you’re considering implementing ECM software, there are many things you need to consider. This change is major in an organization, and forces employees to adapt to a new system that they may or may not be comfortable with. When you are thinking of this change, fully assess your company’s need for ECM software by utilizing the following steps.
As much as technology and automation can make our lives easier, sometimes we cannot avoid the need for a human being. No matter how many advancements can assist us in our jobs we still need to oversee and guide the technology in the right direction. ECM and Document Management systems can do a lot to help us but not everything.
ScanFile - Version 8 brings a fresh new look together with a host of new features to one of the most popular and easy to use document management solutions available. ScanFile offers a flexible and easy to use platform for the storage, referencing and retrieval of your organizations documents.
FileDirector - One of the most feature-rich and innovative electronic document management systems to be found on the market today, with comprehensive functionality to suit any size of business. It’s up to date and out of the box technology, simple administration and even simpler user interface make it a refreshing alternative to complicated and costly, consultancy driven applications or SharePoint solutions.
Integration – This document management software can be installed into almost any Microsoft Windows network environment. It can be fully integrated with either SQL or Oracle databases and Windows Active Directory or LDAP security. This allows for perfect integration into almost every type of Canadian company's infrastructure.