Madrid, December 15, 2010 the economic crisis has become projects of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) a sure bet for any it Department. Its ability to automate tasks, streamline internal processes and achieve a fast return on investment have been the keys that have guaranteed the success of such projects. If Gartner predicted that the documentary software would be a priority for CIOs around the world throughout 2010, results have not disappointed and despite cuts that have experienced technology budgets at the end of last year, more than 25 percent of the organizations around the world have addressed any project related to documentary technology in 2010. Far from dissolving, it seems that the trend will strengthen face the new year, at least so the State CIO Priorities report indicates for 2011, published by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO), pointing towards the management of information and data as a strategic priority for the CIOs and noted that digitization, storage and preservation and search for that information policies will be essential solutions for those companies that want to remain competitive in the market. DocPath, leading company specializing in the manufacture of software documentary exposes five fundamental reasons why companies should continue investing in this technology in 2011: increased productivity: one of the first consequences of an ECM project is the automation of processes that do not constitute the focus of the company’s business and that, however, entail the involvement of high material and personal resources of the company. When machining these tasks, we managed to streamline the internal organisation of the company and improve the response times of face to the outside.
Cost reduction: business leaders are increasingly demanding more to their systems departments adopt technologies that help them cut costs. The documentary software reduces prints at up to 30 per cent, amortize the space allocated for storage by 99 percent and minimize paper consumption with associated expenses that entails excessive use. Securing information: information is one of the main assets of a company, especially considered critical to the business. Protect it is essential to ensure the continuity of a company and prevent that information fall into malicious hands. Documentary software technologies make it possible to secure one of the aspects more problematic for the security of an organization: Exchange of information with third parties and controlled access to the documentation of the company. Improve corporate image: companies relate to their customers through documents and it is such documentation, among other things, that makes up the image that the user has for a particular company. With documentary software, organizations can design documents with professional finish in a simple way, send them through various ways and expedite response times offered to their customers, which has an impact clear in the corporate image and the competitive capacity of the organization. Rapid ROI: Documentary software projects allow to obtain a quick return on investment to all those companies that adopt them, since the first results are discernible in a matter of weeks and investment takes a few months in return completely.