Well, you've hung in with me to count down the top 10 things you'll
save by bringing process and content management together. I think it's only
fair to reveal what #1 is, but let's first refresh our memories on the rest of
#10 - Time#9 - Space#8 - Dollars#7 - Your resources#6 - Aspirin#5 - A tree or two#4 - Your data integrity#3 - Your customers' satisfaction#2 - Your competitive advantage
So, here it is ... what you've been waiting for ...
#1 - Your seat at the big table
Your organization's leadership is
looking to you for guidance and results that will bring immediate positive
impact on costs and efficiency, and quick return on investment - but also
long-term benefits and opportunities for expansion and growth. By recommending
and selecting the right process and content management, you can turn heads and
open some doors.
The University of Minnesota has seen a
dramatic return on their ECM investment. In its early stages of deployment in
only three departments, the university estimated yearly costs savings of
$250,000 and 700,000 pieces of paper. Five years later, with ECM expanded to
more than 30 departments across five campuses, the savings in time, storage,
office supplies and salary have grown exponentially.
By simply putting your documents and content into
the context of your everyday business processes, you can make dramatic gains in
operational efficiency and cost-savings, and secure your seat at the big table.
There you have it. The top 10 things you'll save
by bringing process and content management together. What do you think? Did I
If you'd like to obtain a copy of the Top 10 Things You'll Save white paper to keep on file or share with your colleagues, please request it here.
Thanks for joining me as we journeyed through
this Top 10 list. If you want to discuss anything I've covered through this
blog series, please come and find me in the Perceptive Software booth at the
#GartnerBPM Summit in Baltimore on April 25-27. I'm really looking forward to
the summit and I hope to see you there. Maybe it will give me some things to
add to my Top 10 list ... stay tuned!
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