Business Processes

d.velop worked out the major benefits through the use of enterprise content management by process analysis. Gescher, 11.08.2010 – classic Manila file folder will be in today’s digital world of fewer and fewer companies considered to be timely, as the result of a recent survey of d.velop AG. The companies assign even mostly a performance-inhibiting effect medium paper in the operational processes, making free the way for digital solutions for document management and enterprise content management (ECM). d.velop has thoroughly analyzed the document processes and identified the major benefits of ECM. Although now digital information through the data from ERP and other systems or as a result of electronic communication are always taken for granted, the classic Manila file folder set the scene in companies still relatively often. But a juxtaposition of paper-based and digital information leads to performance-inhibiting and inefficient processes. After all, there is a relatively high agreement companies is that working with the classic paper Act negatively affects productivity in the corporate organization and is responsible for a low efficiency of operational processes.

ECM a central importance to the aspect of the process support”, judge d.velop Manager Mario Donnebrink. ECM is often discussed as a technical subject. “But above all a process topic behind, because using these solutions, the process orientation of the company is fertilized by a variety of effective stimulus.” This increase performance significantly. The 10 most important benefits are: Elimination of process hurdles by breaking down of the typical media breaks, creating a seamless electronic alignment of work processes. Reduction of process costs, resulting from a higher availability and quality, as well as a higher speed of documents along the whole processes for the clerical. Remove productivity barriers by greater efficiency of use of documents and information for all personnel involved in the workflow. At the same time a basis for holistic processes in the administration.