So, how does this apply to your business?
Bob was assisted by technology solutions that allowed him to adjust to conditions that would have negatively impacted his ability to get to work on time. So what does this have to do with Information management?
Think of Bob’s house as your primary software business system. Bob’s car is the “carrier” of the information (Bob’s report) that needs to arrive at the office (a Decision Support System) that will be used to make crucial business decisions. The highway and the city streets are how the “carrier” of the information travels along towards its destination.
If we keep looking at our analogy to your business systems, you can begin to see many things that can go wrong in this situation – the highways can get clogged (Too much message volume), the car can break down (disruption between systems), Bob can spill coffee on his report – smearing the text and making it unreadable (garbage data), and the list goes on.
StoneDonut’s unique approach to Information Management
This is only one example of Information Management. There are many others. By looking at this holistic view of how information moves through your business, we can begin to address larger issues and opportunities that are often unseen due to the departmental or silo approach towards managing business issues.
This approach towards Information Management is what makes StoneDonut’s service offerings so unique.
Not only do we address the challenges that businesses encounter when moving information in and out of their organization, we also uncover opportunities to utilize information in ways they never thought possible!
Contact us for more information on how we can help you reach your information potential.