Turn your data and document management into a competitive advantage. With digital tools, metadata and frameworks for where documents and data should be located, you will quickly find the information you’re looking for.
You can also trust the information, as duplicates are removed and versions are structured. Information Management brings you governance and processes for creating, arranging, sharing and storing information.
We divide Information Management into three categories:
- Data management – to manage all data within the organisation, such as product data, customer data and project-related data.
- Document management – everything related to handling documents: Governance, creation and storage as well as disposal of documents.
- Configuration management – governance and processes to ensure that software products still perform as expected, when changes are made over time.
Do you need to strengthen your organisation with consultants from time to time, e.g. when you get big orders or should implement a new system? Or do you plan to expand your plant and need to keep track of all information in the project? With our long experience of helping companies get organized, we get up to speed fast. If there is a need, we gladly take on roles such as Document lead, Document controller or Document manager. If you wish to focus more on your core business, we can take full responsibility for everything related to your information management.
If it’s hard to find the right information, time-savings will be huge once document and data are managed and stored in a structured way. We develop processes and governance to make it happen. Information Management is not a plain archiving function but a strategic field that we develop with proactivity, communication and leadership. We like to take full responsibility, and act project managers developing strategies, driving change and spreading best practice.
Benefits with Information Management
- Find the information you need faster
- Know where to find different types of information
- Trust that the information is correct
- Decrease analogue steps (physical folders and logging)
- Enable digitalization in other parts of your organisation, as it often requires that your information is digitalized and in order
- Single source of information
- Standardized way of working