Integrating Share Point With Your Ecm Erm Application

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Integrating Share Point With Your Ecm Erm Application

  1. 1. integrating MOSS with your ECM/ERM application by Russell Stalters Director, Information & Records, BP
  2. 2. you want to make informed decisions to best exploit SharePoint
  3. 3. understand three of your options and choose wisely
  4. 4. option 1: use SharePoint with a traditional ECM solution
  5. 5. Scalable Document Repositories Enable Check-in, Check-out and Versioning
  6. 6. enhanced document management
  7. 7. records are transferred into & managed by ECM solution
  8. 8. Search Across the Enterprise Tabbed User Interface Alerts Query Hit Highlighting Query Correction
  9. 9. option 2: use SharePoint with an ERM solution
  10. 10. option 3: use SharePoint with the DoD 5015.2 resource kit
  11. 11. records center resource kit features  file plan builder  closing of records folders  vital record review  folder holds  enhanced multi-cycle disposition  access control columns  records relationships
  12. 12. File Plan Builder
  13. 13. Folder Closing
  14. 14. Vital Records Review Cycle
  15. 15. Folder Holds
  16. 16. Enhanced Disposition
  17. 17. one last thing before we finish up
  18. 18. built-in business intelligence capabilities & Excel services
  19. 19. integrated workflow
  20. 20. web based InfoPath capability
  21. 21. business data catalogue (BDC) supports surfacing external business data
  22. 22. some MOSS secrets
  23. 23. the power of content types
  24. 24. the power of custom field types
  25. 25. you want to make informed decisions to best exploit SharePoint
  26. 26. understand three of your options and choose wisely
  27. 27. Q&A BetterECM.wordpress.com

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