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Document Management - ELO

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is a set of strategies, methods and technologies used by organizations to manage all of their digital content effectively. This includes documents, data, images, videos, emails, and other types of content that are generated and used within the company. The primary objective of ECM is to facilitate the capture, management, storage, search, distribution and preservation of this content throughout its life cycle.

Key components of Enterprise Content Management may include:

Content Capture: The collection and import of digital content into the ECM system from various sources, including scanners, emails, online forms, etc.

Secure storage: Content is stored in a secure and organized manner, often in a database or document management system, with access control features to ensure that only authorized people have access to it.

Metadata management: The assignment of metadata to content to facilitate their search, classification and management. Metadata can include information such as creation date, author, subject, etc.

Search and retrieval: Advanced search tools allow users to quickly find the content they need, using keywords, advanced search criteria, or other methods.

Lifecycle management: Managing content throughout its lifecycle, from creation to retention or destruction, based on company policies and legal requirements.

Collaboration and Workflow: The ability to collaborate on content, automate content-related business processes, and create workflows for approval, review, publishing, and more.

Compliance and security: Implementing security controls to protect sensitive information, as well as compliance with applicable regulations and standards...

ECM aims to improve operational efficiency, reduce information management risks and facilitate decision-making within the enterprise by ensuring that relevant content is accessible quickly and reliably.

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