Enable Your Digital Transformation with Enterprise Information Management
Headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, IseoLabs AG provides consulting services to clients in Switzerland and all other european countries. Our company specializes in all Enterprise Content Management matters from the seed of an idea to the phase out of a solution. Whether you are a CIO/CEO, an IT Project Manager or Business Owner we will support you in your digital transformation. We bring extensive experience and professionalism to every IT project and customize our support to your individual needs and concerns.
Our consultants have been leading ECM projects for almost two decades and started before the .com internet boom of the late 90s. We are on the pulse of modern technology and project methodology, and bring innovation into your established business processes to shape the digital transformation necessary today with you.
What does it mean to be digital?
As we enter an age of digital transformation, businesses are pushing to become more digital. When it comes to content management, where is your business on the transformation journey? Take your time to answer a few questions to us during an appointment and we can provide an assessment how far you’ve come and how far you have to go.
Areas of Services
When demand for a new or change of an existing Enterprise Information Management solution dwells up in your organization, IseoLabs helps you to understand your current situation, define and assess your real needs, gain a market insight of possible solutions and vendors and create, manage and evaluate a Bid Request or a formal Request For Proposal.
application management lifecycle
If you roll out an application into your organization and people start using it, requests to extend the provided functionality will come up. This can also mean further integrations in other systems. Make sure you manage these change requests.
When an ECM application needs to be phased out for whatever reasons, a final project will always need to be planned: the migration and/or historization of the content.
ecm / eim Strategy
If you want to know, where to go, you have to understand, where to start. After an analysis of your existing ECM architecture including your current IT strategy and strategic IT suppliers you need to understand the key ECM challenges and requirements of your company. Define a basic ECM target architecture and design the solution architecture and how to get there. With that master plan you can set up the ECM roadmap including benefits, risks and KPIs for your company.
rollout and organizational readiness
The size and complexity of both your projects and your organization determine the change management components you should include in your approach. In general the following change management aspects should be covered:
- Stakeholder Management
At the end of the day it is all about managing the most important part of your projects: people.
When users require a new or updated ECM solution, try to understand the real requirements behind the headline. The necessary solution architecture will be influenced by your current IT and ECM architecture - it shall be a long-term fit. The ECM solution concept describes the general approach of a new solution and the necessary implementation and the rollout plan. The assessment of the involved cost and the resulting benefits empowers you to present your recommendation how proceed to your board or steering committee.
Successful projects do not just happen. To stay in time and budget while meeting the objectives means to understand the initial purpose, overall set up and the technology used. Involving and managing the different stakeholders including external resources demands standing, planning and communication skills with a clear view on budget and business requirements. When it comes to GoLive concepts for operation need to be in place and the users need to be well prepared.
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