Integrative Document & Content Management: Strategies for Exploiting Enterprise Knowledge

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Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2003 - Business & Economics - 526 pages
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2004 Mander Jones Award Winner! The award for the publication making the greatest contribution to archives or a related field in Australia written by a person in their own right. Integrative Document and Content Management: Strategies for Exploiting Enterprise Knowledge blends theory and practice to provide practical knowledge and guide-lines to enterprises wishing to understand the importance of managing documents to their operations along with presentation of document content to facilitate business planning and operations support. This book gives extensive pointers to those who propose to embark upon the implementation of integrated document management systems and to embrace Web content management within a life cycle framework covering document creation to Web publication.
 

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Contents

Business Planning Frameworks and IDCM
28
Characteristics of Enterprise Document Environments
47
Characteristics of IDCM Systems
86
Business Systems Interfaces and IDCM Opportunities
134
PRELIMINARIES Chapter 6 Project LifeCycle Planning and Methodologies
168
Policy Frameworkfor IDCM
193
Feasibility Study
217
Building the Business Case
240
Functional RequirementsDocument Imaging and Recognition
349
Functional RequirementsWorkflow
375
Functional RequirementsEngineering and Technical Drawings
388
FunctionalRequirementsWebContentManagement
409
Nonfunctional and Domain Requirements
415
Package Selection
432
Chapter21 ImplementationPlanning
461
Conclusion
481

REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS AND DEFINITION
269
User Requirements
280
Functional RequirementsDigital Office Documents
305
Functional RequirementsEmail Management
330
Functional RequirementsPhysical Office Documents
336
APPENDICES
488
Bibliography
503
Sites
510
Storage Media
518
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