Document management, records management, enterprise content management, document control, information management etc. There are many related terms, some more well-defined than others. The most common understanding of a document is in the traditional sense in formats such as Word, PDF, PowerPoint, Excel, etc. However, sometimes a broader terminology is applied to include casefiles, pictures or even saved tweets as documents. Therefore, when talking documents, start by agreeing on a common definition across filetypes as well as content.
Strator has a solid theoretical foundation in document management and related disciplines.
Our knowledge of the going best practices and ISO standards combined with extensive project experience, allows us to offer advice and guidance in what works well, and where the challenges lie. Best practices are a good starting point but might not always be the right choice for everyone. You need to know when to choose what and weigh the pros and cons.
Large volumes, high complexity – perfection is not an option
When dealing with large volumes of documents and/or volumes with a high complexity, it is important to have the right processes, tools, and practices. In practice, this often means taking a risk-based approach on the right level of quality. In many cases, perfection is not an option, and you need to apply a more pragmatic approach.
At Strator we have extensive experience in combining theory, tools, regulations, and practical know-how, to find just the right approach for your needs.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for a chat about your document handling challenges.