Implementing a solution that views documents stored in a cloud-based system, such as a content management system, engineering drawing repository or a technical publication library, can present some challenges. Each requires consideration to promote a good experience for the end user.
This is the seventh, bi-annual Cohasset/ARMA survey and white paper on Electronically Stored Information (ESI) practices. This white paper is a “call-to-action” for both users and solution providers – as it details the need to improve how ESI is currently managed.
A major pharmaceutical company, used a very highly customized Documentum WDK Application for content authoring and submission management. While this system served the company well for many years, it ran counter to the company’s IT philosophy of moving to commercial off-the- shelf solutions. This case study discusses the unique challenges such a migration and upgrade effort presents.
The Fairfax County government has embarked on a comprehensive hardware/software integration that’s already saving taxpayers thousands of dollars while increasing collaboration and communication among workers across the county’s more than 70 different agencies – from police and fire rescue to libraries, animal shelters, the country registrar and health and human services – located in geographically dispersed areas across Fairfax County.
A software automation initiative at AnMed Health, an Upstate South Carolina healthcare organization, has led to effi ciency gains, the ability to rapidly retrieve and share invoices electronically, improved vendor service and decreased paper storage needs within the accounts payable department. By KeyMark, Inc.
Cabrini Health is a not-for-profit Catholic healthcare service with 3,800 employees and over 700 beds comprising of two acute care hospitals, a palliative care service, rehabilitation hospital, residential care facility, and pharmacy department.
This white paper from OKI covers the advantages gained from using bubble sheets and multiple choice tests in schools by using multi-function printers (MFPs) for test creation and scoring.
In this case study from OKI we take a look at the world’s largest package delivery company and leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services.
In this case study from OKI we take a look at a consumer electronics retail chain operating 4,700 corporate owned stores, 11,000 franchise stores, and 1,500 wireless phone centers.
This case study from OKI takes a look at one of the largest specialty family footwear chains in the Western Hemisphere. This retail serves millions of customers with a global network of more than 4,100 stores in many retail settings and sold nearly 220 million pairs of shoes in fiscal 2011, generating $3.4 billion (USD) in net sales.