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Enterprise Information Management (English)

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Enterprise Information Management (EIM) is about optimizing return on information.

Enterprise Information Management (EIM) is about optimizing return on information.

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  • 1. EIM focuses on information as a full-blown productionfactor in a rapidly changing knowledge-centered economy.
  • 2. EIM is influenced by transparancy, social media, the newway of working, changing employability and neuro-science
  • 3. The main purpose of EIM is to sustainably use (widely) availableinformation faster and more effective. Outsmarting the competition!
  • 4. An EIM consultant translates business objectives intosolutions to meet the related information worker demands.
  • 5. The focus is on developing distinctive organizationalcapabilities and real smart(er) Information worker behavior.
  • 6. Business IT alignment, real knowledge of ECM, BI & Search and abusiness-driven approach are characteristics of an EIM consultant.
  • 7. A dedicated focus on Return on Information brings agility,prevents waste and creates new possibilities (innovation).
  • 8. Empowering the Collective Brain