Enterprise Content Management

Venue: Sydney

Location: Sydney, Australia

Event Date/Time: Oct 03, 2007 End Date/Time: Oct 05, 2007
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Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is generally defined as any of the strategies and technologies employed for managing the information lifecycle of documents and content.
This concept is increasingly gaining prominence as organisations strive to attain a business edge by streamlining information and content processes and delivering improved information presentation and analysis. Enterprise content management also allows for the organisations to improve upon current content management practices, which include document and records management systems and web content management, and more effectively manage both structured and unstructured content.

The challenge for content providers is to implement the systems and processes that are relevant for their organisation, using a variety of tools and techniques, and ensuring these compliment or enhance existing content management practices, while also ensuring support from stakeholders at all levels within the business.

This two-day conference will examine the pressing issues facing content and information management stakeholders and arm you with techniques to:

* Negotiating an ECM set-up that is appropriate for your organisational needs
* Harnessing the potential of the information held within systems
* Identifying the areas in which an ECM can add the most value to your operations
* Managing the people and process issues related to content management