As part of ongoing, continuous research into the successful use of Enterprise Content Management, regardless of shape, size, industry, etc., I'm posting an open call for ECM case studies. If you are part of an organization that has successfully deployed ECM, and are willing to talk about it (anonymous or publicly), comment to this post or contact me privately via dkeldsen[at]aiim[dot]org.
All too often I hear that companies can't afford to manage their content, or are unable to show a "hard dollar" Return On Investment (ROI) that the CFO or controller will buy off on.
Your case study (with permission of course) could very well end up in upcoming research, webinars, or any number of outputs. In any case, what's the point of having a community of over 50,000 associates in the AIIM universe directly, if we can't share in and magnify the successes we've found within our own organizations?
Pipe up - and let's hear how you've done. Being smarter with content, processes, collaboration and more - there are even more reasons to pursue this when the economy is unstable. Out of control content, and insight into content/data is part of what got the world into this mess!
Go go go!