Magazine article Information Management

Technology Implementation/storage

Magazine article Information Management

Technology Implementation/storage

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Imaging Professional (Version 2)

The Imaging Professional research product on CD-ROM is a comprehensive project planning and management resource tool providing more than 1,000 pages of the content, methodologies, and approach needed for conducting research and feasibility assessments for imaging technology projects. It helps users ask the right questions about their organization's process requirements in order to make an informed decision about proceeding (or not) with a document imaging project.

It will enable users to

* develop advanced risk-assessment skills

* qualify, outsourced services and available technologies based on organizational project requirements

* manage production jobs more efficiently

* anticipate costly mistakes before they impact production issues

* scope projects that make sense for the business

* evaluate and implement additional service offerings to clients

* train personnel in production operations and project management skills

Imaging Professional also contains an extensive reference library; a comprehensive glossary; resources for investigating available technologies, production, imaging service outsourcing, and imaging consulting options; self-assessment modules; and facts and formulas for project estimations, auditing, business management, image characteristics, and data planning calculations.

System Requirements: i486 or Pentium processor-based PC (Pentium recommended), Windows 95 or later, Adobe Acrobat 3.0 or later (4.0 recommended).

ISSN: 0-9703294-0-7 (Image Publishing) CD-ROM, English, 2002 Catalog No. B4801 $495, ARMA member $450

Data Warehousing Advice for Managers

Patricia L. Ferdinandi

This book is recommended for management in any discipline in which data storage and information analysis are critical. It is not a technical guide to building a complicated information system. Instead, it leads the reader, choice by choice and dollar by dollar, through the decision making process that leads to a powerful data storage system. The resulting system will promote the organization's prosperous growth and competitiveness in the marketplace.

Data Warehousing Advice for Managers will help the reader

* plan for and achieve maximum return on investment

* sell the data warehousing strategy to top management

* control and facilitate the design, installation, and implementation of a data warehouse to ensure business needs are satisfied

* identify, interpret, and forecast business opportunities

ISBN: 0-8144-0409-X (AMACOM) Hard cover, English, 222 pages, 1999 Catalog No. B4673 $33 ARMA member or non-member

Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach

Russell Nakano

Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach presents the principles and the practices supporting the development, management, maintenance, and deployment of Web content in an organization. The book systematizes the steps, stages, and principles necessary to manage Web assets for all sizes and complexities of organizations with varying sophistication of Web assets. It gives a well-organized explanation of and guide to rational development and deployment of Web assets for a growing and evolving technology in a commercial environment. Its many well-designed diagrams and flowcharts are complemented by highlighted examples, principles, and rules.

ISBN: 0-201-65782-1 (Addison Wesley Professional) Soft cover, English, 272 pages, 2002 Catalog No. …

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