At many firms information management is focused exclusively on risk reduction. Information management, content management, and process automation are often regarded as costs of doing business -- not drivers for organizational success. As organizations mature, they realize that governance, content management and process automation can be leveraged to generate revenue, improve operational efficiency, and enable competitive advantage.
Our frameworks have been refined over 25 years of deployments and will help you create a platform for future success.
Information Governance Framework
Our framework for information governance helps the enterprise derive value from its information management competencies, making information governance a source of competitive advantage and strategic value. Organizations that have implemented our information governance framework recognize a wide range of benefits, including consolidation of governance disciplines and activities, and avoidance of regulatory fines. But Doculabs’ framework also provides opportunity to leverage information management for business benefit from brand opportunity, customer data, analytics, and product development.
Our information governance framework consists of these eight building blocks:
- Information architecture
- Policies and procedures
- Roles and responsibilities
- Financials and metrics
- Communications and training
Information Risk, Privacy, and Compliance Management Frameworks
Information security and privacy is no longer just about building stronger walls. To protect sensitive data (PII, PHI, etc.) it's important to manage corporate data -- structured and unstructured -- behind those walls. Doculabs developed a framework that leverages information management to reduce risk surface. The smaller the amount of data at risk, the smaller the impact of a breach. Doculabs can deliver on any, or all, of these four information risk management components to bolster your privacy, compliance, and information security initiatives:
- Discover – uncover and analyze your sensitive data
- Plan – create strategies and develop tactics for managing sensitive data
- Refine – Improve policy and procedures and look for technology to enhance the program
- Remediate – address problems that have been identified
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Program Framework
It's not uncommon to see failed deployment or adoption of an ECM solution when organizations lack the supporting framework – a mature ECM program that addresses how people, process, and content management technologies should be combined to drive business value. A mature ECM program positions you for success by focusing on six critical elements.
- Governance and Operations
- Process Design and Implementation
- Information Architecture
- Communications and Training
Deep Expertise from Trusted Advisors
Our clients rely on us to help them solve complex enterprise problems involving content. We do this by providing recommendations based on experience and empirical data spanning over 25 years of consulting. Contact us today to start a conversation about how we can help your organization.