Category Archives for "Product Management for ECM"

Posts migrated from the Product Management for ECM blog on 7/6/2017

How to choose the best ECM solution for your organization

As a Project Manager at ImageSource, it is my job to educate and guide stakeholders to the best solution based on budget, timelines and requirements. Having previously worked as a consultant at ImageSource, I’ve worked with the stakeholders of an organization to outline the scope of an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution for their business. […]

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Does Agile Foster Innovation?

The Project Management Institute held a conference today called “Project Management Success: A View from the Future”. The keynote speaker, Jim Highsmith, an Agile thought leader and executive consultant at ThoughtWorks, Inc. posted a slide asking the question “Does Agile Foster Innovation?” The slide referenced these items about the company Salesforce. Ranked #1 innovator by Forbes […]

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Address Object Storage Before You Start Your ECM Project

We’re going to add one more item to our pre-ECM project checklist: Where should we store our content?An Enormous Drop in Storage Costs Have Changed Storage PracticesDatabase storage used to be expensive.  In the 1950’s, the cost per megabyte of storage exceeded $10,000/MB.  Today, the cost has dropped to a few cents.  Not only have […]

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Document Scanning Best Practices

Document Scanning Best Practices Content Management Systems are one of the most useful resources companies have available to keep their managers, staff, and customers informed. Managing those files effectively is an ongoing challenge, but a well-planned, best practices implementation makes it significantly easier. Most Content Management Systems start with Scanning as the starting point in […]

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Putting Together an ECM Project Team Part 3

Part 3 – The Project Team In previous blogs on this same subject, we have discussed the role of Executive Management in the overall Project Team effort.  And what elements from the  internal organization would likely comprise an effective team.   In summary, vibrant and effective executive leadership is likely to be critical in solidifying the […]

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