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  • 1. ECM RoadmapMaximizing your Enterprise ContentManagement investment
  • 2. Enterprise Content Management Services• Strategy Services Enterprise Content – Business Planning and Strategy Development Management – Business Analysis and Roadmap – Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis – Project Planning – Project and Architectural Assessment• Analysis and Architecture Services – Business and Technical Requirements Analysis – System Architecture and Design – User Experience – Information Architecture (including Taxonomy) – Business Process Analysis and Design• Implementation Services Help clients manage information and knowledge assets – Project and Program Management throughout the entire lifecycle to create business value – Installation and Configuration • Unify content to one centralized solution with focus on – Integrations with Other Systems control and organization – Extensions, Enhancements, Configuration and • Improve decision making through improved access to Customization to meet Unique Needs relevant information – System and Integration Testing • Collaborative workflows with employees, customers, – Training suppliers, and partners – Knowledge Transfer • Multi-channel publishing: print, web, optical, wireless, and syndication
  • 3. Managing Content Effectively MeansConsidering its Full Lifecycle1 Authoring and Creation2 Review and Approval3 Publishing and Distribution4 Archiving
  • 4. Content in the Value Chain… Deviations Deviations Literature Literature Contracts Contracts Collateral Collateral Plans Supply Manufacturing Plans Quality Logistics Messages Marketing MessagesDesignDesign Research & Sales Development Legal InfoTech Proposals Proposals Executive Research Research Service Distribution Requests Requests Documentation Documentation Policy Policy
  • 5. Content Lifecycles Across the Enterprise Source / Support &Inception Design & Development Engineering Launch Maintenance End-of-Life Product Lifecycle Expiration &Conception Review & Negotiation Approval Execution Renewal Procurement/Contract/LegalInspiration Storyboard Development Proof Campaign Promotion Repackage Product Market Collateral OperatingEnvisioning Planning Developing Stabilizing Deploying Maintaining Replacing IT Development Projects
  • 6. ECM Platform Components• All the things that makeup the ECM platform Information Knowledge Digital Lifecycle Compliance Management Publishing Management Document Web Content Digital Asset Collaboration Management Management Management Workflow - Business Records Imaging Process Management Management Portal Email Integration Integration System System Security Platform Hardware Integration Integration Integration
  • 7. ECM – Efficiency in the Value ChainEfficiency Matrix for Content Create Once - Use Many – Almost… Process Enhancement Collaboration Compliance/ Control Optimization Consolidation Asset Execution
  • 8. ECMRoadmap ECM Roadmap ExitsApproaches Visioning 5-10 days Tactical 3-6 weeks Strategic 2-4 months
  • 9. Staffing Enterprise Content Strategies Plan • People & Skills Planning, Zoning Utility Plan & Conservation Architecture • Infrastructure & Sizing • Taxonomy / Classification • Detailed Analysis & Prioritization • UsabilityTopographical Analysis Organizational Plan • High level opportunity strategy • Change Management Plan Compliance & Enforcement • Governance & Standards
  • 10. Roadmap Objectives• Educate and Inform • Benchmark for Future Vision – Assist in stimulating understanding – Industry Trends – Business Value Identification and – Best Practices Definition – Segment Similarities – Prepare for Organization Change – Organizational Objectives – External Factors – Regulation,• Assess Current Situation Compliance, Competition – Existing ECM capabilities – Current system processes • Plan – Business Needs/Requirements – Infrastructure Architecture – ECM Foundation – Support – Project Portfolio
  • 11. Roadmap Approach – Step 1Define Objectives, Critical Current State Future State Develop ECM Success Factors and Vision Assessment RoadmapOrganizational Awareness• Establish Foundation • Organizational Structure – Confirm Executive Goals and – Existing Capabilities Support – Important Business Functions – Project Goals – Target interviews, schedules – Teams and Individual Roles and work sessions• Communication of effort – Stakeholders and Participants – Solicit Broad Organizational Input
  • 12. Roadmap Approach – Step 2Define Objectives, Critical Current State Future State Develop ECM Success Factors and Vision Assessment RoadmapOrganizational Awareness• Assessment Methods • Assessment Components – Questionnaire – Business Objectives & Opportunities – Interviews – Sponsor, Functional – Business Process Flows Domain Experts, IT Business – Content Assets Partner, IT Technical – Costs – Research – Systems and Capabilities – Functional and IT Skills and Bandwidth – Organizational Learning Styles
  • 13. Roadmap Approach – Step 3Define Objectives, Critical Current State Future State Develop ECM Success Factors and Vision Assessment RoadmapOrganizational Awareness• Refinement of Potential & Future Needs • Integrated View – Prioritized Significant Initiatives - – Opportunities for Greatest Business Identification of strategic potential Value projects – Commonality and Standardization – Enterprise Process Analysis – Classification and Taxonomy – Topical Analysis – Collaboration and workflow process• Future State Definition – Document/Assets – Gaps, Direction, Sources, structure, classification – Processes – Synergy, Information Lifecycle, Workflow, Archival – Architecture - Platform, Gap
  • 14. Roadmap Approach – Step 4Define Objectives, Critical Current State Future State Develop ECM Success Factors and Vision Assessment RoadmapOrganizational Awareness• ECM Roadmap and Timeline • ECM Component Development cont. – Prioritized based upon criteria – Budget and Staff plans – Project component implementation plan – Project Implementation plans – Project Plan for first phase of – Architecture implementation – Organizational Structure – Outline roadmap for enterprise – Draft architecture and infrastructure deployment requirements• ECM Component Development – Budget estimates – Executive Summary – Cost justification – Benefits of ECM for your company – Governance
  • 15. ECM Roadmap Components• Content Management Strategy • Content Organization – Business Planning – Library Services/Digital Asset Management – ROI Analysis – User Interface: Desktop/Webtop – Project Planning – Rendition Control• Architecture – Auditing, Tracking, Reporting – Taxonomy – Review, Approval Cycle – Workflow/Process Flow – Security/Confidentiality – Information Architecture • Technology Platform – Collaboration – Installation/Configuration – Content Publishing/Distribution – Integration – Security Model – Customization
  • 16. Benefits to your Organization• Value – Rapid time to value – Rapid transition into implementation – Identifies future ECM initiatives• Consistency – Plans for Content sharing across the enterprise – Standardization complies with regulatory and company policies – Reduces duplicate efforts by introducing reusable processes and other ECM assets – Aligns ECM investments with company objectives• Resiliency – Facilitates system flexibility to organizational change – avoid brittle ECM processes• Security – Secures and controls intellectual property and other confidential information – Reduces threat of legal and regulatory risk
  • 17. Critical Success Factors – ECM Overall• Business Involvement is an Absolute Requirement – Identification of Champions – Effective and frequent communication – Support for Organizational relearning• Enterprise view/approach is important – Institutionalize & Evangelize ECM• Departmental/Business Area must be aligned with the Enterprise Plan – ECM must operate as a single cohesive initiative• Disciplined Deployment• Must address volume needs• Ongoing Evaluation
  • 18. Critical Success Factors – Project by Project• Ease of use • Frameworks and delegation• Effective classification • Cross-pollination• Rapid access • Security and access control• Alignment with key processes and • Judicious use of standards applications • Reliability of information• Effective change management • Creating a culture of sharing
  • 19. Example Projects• Medical Device Company• Biotech/Small Pharma• Commercial Insurance Provider• Consumer Device Manufacturer• Retail Banking & Financial Services• Retail Sales
  • 20. •Consolidation •OptimizationROI – Areas of Opportunity •Collaboration •Compliance/Control• Project Portfolio – Streamlined project implementation – better budget planning – Opportunity Driven • Cycle Time Reduction (10-70% faster) • Reduced effort Overhead/Transaction Cost (Reduce Transaction cost by 20-60%) • Compliance – Risk of audit/regulatory finding/fine (Cost Avoidance – Risk Adjudication) • Improved Response/Success Rate Improvement in Revenue (Add 2- 7% process revenue)
  • 21. •Consolidation •OptimizationROI – Areas of Opportunity •Collaboration •Compliance/Control• Corporate Center of Excellence/Project Office – Development and Deployment Standards • 65% reduction in tiered deployment after the first system • 35% reduction in design effort – Standardized Development – Shared development (25% Project Cost Savings) – Shared Resources – Consolidated Mgmt & Support (40% Overhead Reduction)• Governance – Reinforcing Best Practices – Standardization – (Reduced project overhead 25-60%)
  • 22. •Consolidation •Optimization ROI – Areas of Opportunity •Collaboration •Compliance/Control• Marketing Collateral • Service Organization – External Services Reduction – Edit – Facilitation of Member Services and Publish in house (reduced effort, document retention) – Reduced Cycle Time • Process Optimization – Dual Publication – Print & Web – Repository, Search, Workflow & – Compliance Collaboration• Product Development – Improvements (10-70% cycle time reduction, Parallel work) – Collaboration – Control and Business Process – Design Change Management Reinforcement• Supply Management – Contract Workflow, Retention (reduced cycle time
  • 23. Where to Start?• What level is right for your Organization – Vision, Tactical, Strategic• Assess your current state of readiness – Consider Enterprise wide opportunities that can return initial High value/High Impact/Quick ROI – Determine your ability to support the roadmap process financially and organizationally• Preparation – Identify sponsors, stakeholders and participants – Advise/communicate plans for the roadmap – Allocate sufficient time for discovery and education – Determine existing technology plans that may integrate or obstruct• Progress towards Business Alignment – Adjust Roadmap Strategy to address organizational issues including barriers for adoption

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