Unlike other firms, IMERGE is vendor- and technology-neutral — with no profit motive. We work strictly for our clients. We believe you deserve unbiased assistance throughout the procurement and implementation cycle.
Your IMERGE consultants will help you:
We develop realistic information governance program and technology deployment project plans within budget and timeframe goals that meet your information governance program requirements.
We help clients find, and compare their options by:
If the project involves managing or overseeing the services of an ECM software vendor or integrator, we will act as a liaison to keep the project on-task, on-time, and on-budget.
IMERGE technology consulting includes all aspects of electronic content management (ECM), electronically stored information (ESI) and physical records.
Electronic records management modules that incorporate records retention rules, classification schemes and policies to manage ESI through its lifecycle — from creation through final, defensible deletion or disposition.
File analysis, classification and remediation solutions to analyze, remediate and migrate ESI in any volume and across shared drives, SharePoint, legacy archives or other sources of electronically stored information.
Unstructured and structured records and information lifecycle management – converting paper forms, such as invoices and checks – to their digital equivalent and extracting data with minimum human intervention.
Business Process Management / Workflow – solutions that bring people, data and systems together to drive greater efficiency. Workflow solutions can “flow” documents, eforms, data, messages, or any other electronic files. There are no “cracks” to fall through as automated reminders keep tasks on-time and escalation rules address untimely process roadblocks. Manager Dashboards show all activity across processes and users. Electronic records management notifications keep everyone inside and outside the organization informed.
Other diverse business process improvement technology solutions that complement ECM and ESI management. Of course, effective use of ECM technology depends on an effective information governance strategy.