We cannot deny that current documentary production is, to a large extent, in electronic media. Regardless of whether it is a public or private entity, this is the common denominator. Just as it is, that Document Management continues to focus on documents that are produced or received in analog media and therefore, current electronic document management is an almost certain path to digital Alzheimer’s, but we will talk about it later. . Today I want to talk about what to do before, during and after, as the title of the post suggests.
One of the most recurrent complaints among those of us who work in document management is that our work is not made visible or valued. “Archivist? Document management consultant? What is that?” , are words that we hear too often. Read more
Today we talk about document management with Rafael Cid Rodriguez , president of the Andalusian Association of Information and Documentation Professionals (AAPID) and professor of New Technologies in the Access and Use of Bibliographic and Documentary Information in the University Master’s Degree in Documents and Books, Archives and Libraries, at the University of Seville. Read more
Today we chat about document management with Miguel Aparisi de Lorenzo, Manager of Docunecta (Digital Brand of CRI DEL HENARES SA). He developed his professional career, among others, in companies such as: Océ Spain (currently Canon Spain). Regional Director and Director of International Accounts, Minolta Business Equipment: Managing Director, Olivetti: Commercial Director, Agfa Gevaert (Bayer Group): Commercial Director, Airtel (currently Vodafone): Director of Direct Sales and Director of Credit Control and Revenue Assurance. Read more
To be able to meet the objectives set, be more efficient and transparent, improve resource planning and document security, have all the necessary documents always within reach, gain immediacy, productivity and comply with regulations, reduce management times and, ultimately, gain in agility and organization. These are just some of the advantages of implementing document management in the company , according to our experts . Of course, as always, there are some buts… You have to have the right resources and plan your resources well. Read more
Having a good document management system (and knowing how to use it correctly) clearly helps to improve productivity, achieving greater efficiency in the procedures associated with the use of information. It provides two basic types of savings in the day to day of any company, regardless of the sector: time savings (all documentation is easier to locate and response times are reduced very significantly) and cost savings ( specific spaces dedicated to archives, personnel and other associated actions: paper reduction, toner for printing…) Read more