Some of the simplest things can be the hardest. In any organizations, information is part and parcel of the business operations. Read just about any business publication and you will quickly conclude that how an organization manages its information assets is now just as fundamental a source of competitive differentiation as how it manages its physical assets, its human assets, and its financial assets.It is like a bloodline in your body and without it, the organization will seize to function.
IPS Infonomics realized the challenges relating to information control – either more of it or lacking of it. Internet gives the world a new form of instantaneous information exchange. We see more emails been send every day. We also find more systems been implemented to regulate the business process. We find information security a concern. We were asked on how to leverage on mobile and tablets in business. We also see high level executives wanting to conduct their communications from Tablet and wanting to leave behind their notebook at home. While there are many needs and wants, we formed the company to help businesses in their new information conquest.
"Information management (IM) is the collection and management of information from one or more sources and the distribution of that information to one or more audiences. This sometimes involves those who have a stake in, or a right to that information." - Wikipedia.com
Our humble beginning started from developing document management systems. Over the years, we have embarked beyond software development and work with many technologies companies such as Adobe, Microsoft, Google, and EMC. We essentially grew from a small team of technology geeks to include in business and process consultants. We still do what we do but what has changed is our accumulated years of experience. We are now able to provide wider perspective in implementating solutions.
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