Enterprise Information Management

Enterprise Information Management is a holistic approach to information management within the company, regardless of location, user, author, generating system, application, format, device and time.


Enterprise Information Management = Communication

EIM is communication! With a view toward dynamically and flexibly changing organizational structures in the companies, EIM means clean and timely communications to incorporate, structure and allocate tasks within corporate processes.

Enterprise Information Management as a guide

EIM is a guideline, a goal-oriented system with approaches for evaluation, optimizing and improving of processes. You can analyze your processes today, think about tomorrow and choose the system for the next day.

Enterprise Information Management: our answer to your questions

Enterprise Information Management includes many areas for which The Quality Group offers proven solutions and products:

  • Contract Management
  • Risk Management
  • Compliance Management
  • Records Management
  • Document Management
  • Reporting

The recipe for successful Enterprise Information Management

EIM begins with consistent and consciously structured communications and has as its goal inter-departmental and structured information processes. This is because systematic support and solutions are indispensible, starting from a certain organizational size.

Acquisition – consulting – implementation – evaluation – improvement. This is the motto and guiding idea behind Enterprise Information Management which can be implemented in everyday operations.

Inter-corporate and decentralized decision-making levels require direct access to global information of the corporation while exposing any risks. With LCM EIM you will have a tool that both automates the process of contract preparation, conclusion, administration, and also automates the associated area of risk management.

LCM EIM and the other modular applications of the businessApp platform LCM have been developed – through intensive cooperation with users – into a knowledge database which specifically manages and analyzes structured and unstructured data for all organizational units in a company. This data, which is relevant both for incipient business (NDA, bid/proposal, inquiries, RFI, RFQ etc.) and also after contract signing (e.g. contract, exhibits or supplier information) is managed, actively monitored and controlled complementary to a transaction-oriented system (such as SAP, Navision etc.). The LCM applications ensure maximum compliance and audit standards.

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