INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

The Information Management Practice recognises the challenge in maximising the value of information, while meeting the needs of compliance. That is why we support our clients to build capability, performance and quality in its effective management.

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INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT


INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

For Board, Executives, and CIOs wanting leverage and compliance from their information assets. Are you guiding the investment and actions that will maximise the value and protection of your organisation’s information?

Effective Information Management will enable your organisation to achieve improved business performance. 

There are benefits in staff being able to share their information, knowledge and expertise; develop the right capability and culture, maximise the value of information; deal with massive growth in the volumes of enterprise data; address the proliferation of information systems and assure the protection of data and intellectual property.

Our approach to developing Information and Knowledge Management Strategies captures the organisational needs that delivers a roadmap that will allow you to get your desired outcomes.

CONTENT, DOCUMENTS, AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT


CONTENT, DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT

For Executives, CIOs, Marketing and those with responsibility for content, document and records. As organisations embrace the digital age, they are facing increasing challenges with content creation, management, and distribution: for both paper based content as well as digital content. 

Accurately defining the capture, management, use and access of information is crucial to support staff in not making mistakes. Out-of-date and duplicated information can also cause the wrong decision to be made, create compliance and risk issues, and misinform customers.

Our approach to Content, Document and Records management is to go beyond simply the ‘systems’ and give considerations to the practices that create, access, use and store information across all business activities. By providing a unified view of information and facilitating employees to perform all content related functions, effectiveness, efficiency, compliance, and continuity combine to drive excellent outcomes.

DATA MANAGEMENT


DATA MANAGEMENT

For those responsible for the quality, timeliness, accuracy and security of data. Businesses face an increasing set of challenges of managing growing data volumes, the need for improved data quality, security and integration of data, addressing the big data challenge and supporting potential cloud strategies.

Good Data Management transforms data into information. It requires understanding the access and use of data to support decision making, organisational performance, improved productivity, compliance, and more focused marketing and customer loyalty.

The challenges create different levels of complexity across organisations. While we have an overall approach for addressing these, data quality, security and integration drives the right solution for every organisation.

PERFORMANCE ANALYTICS


PERFORMANCE ANALYTICS

For Boards, Executives, CIOs and those relying on information to drive strategy and decisions. Organisations need useful insights and answers to questions before decisions are made. Performance Analytics provide an organisation with the meaningful information it needs, at the right time.

With the increasing amount of both structured and unstructured data (within the organisation and external to it) it can be an overwhelming task to harness this information and create meaningful insights. If done well, it can guide financial management, strategy development and decision making.

Having access to the right data and the right tools, enable organisations to discover new ways to strategise, plan, optimise business operations and capture new market opportunities.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS


INFORMATION SYSTEMS

For CIOs, Executives, Strategists, Program Planners and Architects. Good information management combines technological innovation and intelligent processes around that information. This marriage of technology and processes delivers cost savings, compliance and data protection.

In considering the implications of Information Management on technology we are aiming to bring unstructured information into a managed framework; ensuring that all information becomes a record of a business transaction, meaning that the protection of that information is managed with the same business rules, policies, security and governance. This will allow for a single point of reference for an organisation’s information assets regardless of the varying technologies.

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