White Paper - Unstructured Information… Quiet Killer or Profit Opportunity?
i-Squared Inc. has announced the availability of a White Paper on the subject of Unmanaged Information. The Whitepaper is written for Business Managers and is meant to be a catalyst for dialogue between Business Managers and their information planning professionals.
Senior Managers need to be aware of the potential liabilities associated with the growing mountain of Unstructured Information in their organizations - and how a well designed information architecture strategy can not only limit that liability, it can also contribute directly to profit.
"Unmanaged growth of unstructured information is a ticking time bomb. The size of the eventual explosion depends on many factors - but if left unchecked, there will be an explosion," said Joyce Query, author of the White Paper and CEO of i-Squared Inc, an Enterprise Content Management firm.
"Users create hundreds of Power Points, e-mails, word documents, and videos. These get forwarded as attachments and copied hundreds of times. Poor process automation, duplication of effort, storage requirements, and the probability of re-use of outdated data all contribute to costs and liability."
Query added, "CEOs, CFOs, COOs and Senior business managers need to become more aware of how much their companies can gain by analyzing and then managing how their information gets created, captured shared, stored and ultimately retired. The savings and efficiencies to be gained are enormous."
You can get a copy of the White Paper here or by calling i-Squared at 412-321-8214.
i-Squared is an Information Technology consulting company specializing in Enterprise Content Management. We help clients understand how information, and the ways they manage it, can positively impact their business to meet evolving markets and achieve corporate objectives.
Our principal focus and expertise -- and what drives our client's success -- is not technology, but the CONTENT itself: its quality and viability; how to structure, index, and catalog it; and how to best engage people, processes, and portals in putting it to use.
For more information about i-Squared and its capabilities, visit www.i-squared.us or call 412-321-8217.