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Information Management - Overview

Make the best decisions possible by transforming raw data into actionable information

Information Management

The Importance of an Information Management solution

Today, data forms capture as much information as possible. This data can be structured through pre-defined data models or unstructured, content heavy information. Also, legacy data, built from years of application-centric solutions contribute to data complexity. Data is the currency of corporate value as organisations focus on being more information-centric.

The objective of Information Management (IM) is to manage data efficiently and to make information secure, easily accessible, meaningful, accurate and timely that supports data driven decision making.

IM drives improved efficiency, more stringent compliance requirements and delivers new services. IM is the underlying technology that collects, manipulates, stores, distributes and uses information resources.

IM enables you to bring structured and unstructured data together and present it as valuable information in a usable format. It is a combination of people, processes, technology and content.