PKF Texas – The Entrepreneur’s Playbook: Information Management Part 1

by | Sep 28, 2007 | PKF Texas - The Entrepreneur's Playbook®

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This is the first in a series of discussions on Information Management from PKF Texas and Microsoft. One of the major issues organizations face today is managing data, whether in terms of volume, location, format, or context. The complexity of these factors makes it increasingly difficult and time-consuming for your organization to find, use, and share information effectively. Also, as companies try to do more with less because of intense competition, organizational structures are becoming more complex, including virtual, flat, and distributed environments. Within these structures, business information can be stored in a multitude of places—server folders, intranets, e-mail, personal computers—increasing the challenge of locating critical information efficiently.

As a consequence, businesses need search and information tools that help them to be more productive, make better business decisions, and achieve greater business success in order to compete.

Over the next few weeks we add some additional comments to this very important area of your business.


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