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  • An Introduction to the ECM3 Maturity Model
  • Introduction Smigiel Consulting Group
    • Content volumes increasing
    • Becoming more difficult to classify and retrieve information
    • Few firms have an archiving and disposition policies
    • Legal and compliance risk continues to grow
    • There is pressure to cut costs and increase efficiency
    Why
    • Enterprises need to:
      • Organize your ECM efforts
      • Hold the attention of program stakeholders
      • Make sense of the myriad of challenges:
        • Human
        • Organizational
        • Technology
    • The ECM 3 provides a structured framework to build this roadmap
    What
    • Level 1: Unmanaged
    • Level 2: Incipient
    • Level 3: Formative
    • Level 4: Operational
    • Level 5: Pro‐Active
    Levels
  • Dimensions
  • How to Use
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