Governing

“Taking back control of information capital is becoming an urgent matter.  In concrete terms, we want a simple solution that facilitates classification, Data Cleansing, lifecycle management, archiving, and even Disposition if necessary. A solid Information Governance strategy is essential to break down information silos and govern information wherever it resides. Application of retention policies to reduce risk (loss, RGPD, …), save money and unlock new opportunities is a key objective.”

Objectives:

  • Automate document collection regardless of application source to secure documents and simplify transfer
  • Control the lifecycle of your documents wherever they are located to guarantee access to the information as long as necessary and delete them when the time comes.
  • Act on documents wherever they are to easily access, move, archive and more.

Content service Platform

“Optimize the end-to-end processing of your electronic files and documents, in a given business context: from the creation of the file containing all the information required for its processing, to its processing by the authorized managers. The process is predefined or agile and complies with the internal rules in force in your organization.”

Objectives :

  • Increase customer satisfaction by reducing response times and by giving the customer visibility into their file.
  • Ensure the traceability of customer exchanges.
  • Supervise the activity by producing indicators and statistics.

Real estate document management

“Protect information within a secure data room to ensure a rigorous organization of your document asset and guarantee its integrity. Share information in the appropriate field of business activity (transfer of ownership, new lease, building project, etc.).”

Objectives

  • Structure the data collection based on the FIDJI classification plan (real estate reference for document classification plan).
  • Ensure the integrity and security of the document collection.
  • Simplify storage, access and use for all stakeholders regardless of use (transfer of ownership, new lease, building project, etc).

If you work in the real estate or building business sector: :

  • Is your business subject to the exchange and retention of a large number of documents?
  • Do you have a document retention policy?
  • If you do, do you already use a tool for managing them?
  • Do you have a document repository?
  • If you do, do you already use a tool for managing them?
  • Do you have to comply with a given standard or regulation for your document management?
  • Would compliance to a standard or a regulation be a differentiator for you in your business?
  • Would it help you make things easier or more comfortable in your daily management?
  • Do you regularly share a lot of documents with others?
  • If you do, how do you do it?
  • Is this a big risk for you
  • Do you sometimes face  situations where you cannot find a given document or its latest executed version? If you do, can this be a serious issue for your business?
  • Are you concerned about not being able to guarantee the completeness of a folder or the document/data integrity when sharing documents?

Depending on your answers, it may be necessary to implement a solution to effectively address the issues you face.