With the ambition of being the trusted advisors for our customers, we strive to provide the most precise at the same time comprehensive services for every need of our customers. We intend to assist the customers in all aspects of Information Management across our stakeholder’s organization.
Information management (IM) involves a cycle of organizational activity: the acquisition of information from one or more sources, the custodianship and the distribution of that information to those who need it and its ultimate disposition through archiving or deletion. This cycle of organizational involvement with information involves a variety of stakeholders: for example those who are responsible for assuring the quality, accessibility and utility of acquired information, those who are responsible for its safe storage and disposal and those who need it for decision making. Stakeholders might have rights to originate, change, distribute or delete information according to organizational information management policies. Information management embraces all the generic concepts of management, including planning, organizing, structuring, processing, controlling, evaluation and reporting of information activities, all of which is needed in order to meet the needs of those with organizational roles or functions that depend on information. These generic concepts allow the information to be presented to the audience or the correct group of people.
After individuals are able to put that information to use it then gains more value. Information management is closely related to and overlaps with, the management of data, systems, technology, processes and where the availability of information is critical to organizational success – strategy. This broad view of the realm of information management contrasts with the earlier, more traditional view, that the life cycle of managing information is an operational matter that requires specific procedures, organizational capabilities and standards that deal with information as a product or a service (Source: Wikipedia).
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