Document Management for the Enterprise: Principles, Techniques, and Applications

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Wiley, Sep 7, 1996 - Business & Economics - 369 pages
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A complete blueprint for planning, building, and maintaining fast, efficient, automated document management systems

In Document Management for the Enterprise, Michael Sutton clearly defines and simplifies the principles of document engineering and management. He arms you with a set of proven techniques and methods for planning, building, and maintaining automated systems for fast and efficient storage and retrieval of documents and forms. And, with the help of numerous case studies, he shows you how to avoid common pitfalls and how to overcome frequently encountered obstacles. The most up-to-date, comprehensive, hands-on guide to the engineering and management of enterprise document management systems, Document Management for the Enterprise:
* Clearly defines the goals and uses of document management and engineering
* Provides expert assessments of risks, costs, and benefits of creating an enterprise-wide document management system
* Outlines a document engineering life cycle and framework for rolling out document management applications
* Identifies available software products and describes a method for evaluating their functions and features

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Contents

The Transition to Enterprise Document
1
Overcoming Obstacles to Effective Document
23
Organizational Considerations
34
Copyright

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MICHAEL J. D. SUTTON is a Partner in the Document Engineering practice at the international firm of FMP/Flaman Management Partners Ltd. He has more than twenty-five years of experience in IS and document management, and was a coarchitect of the first computer-assisted document engineering framework and methodology.

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