Business challenge: The company grew rapidly through acquisition and was ready to improve its information management practices. Access Sciences helped organize and structure their information to enable search, retrieval, and use across the enterprise.
Business challenge: This manufacturing company needed a pragmatic approach for organizing and storing equipment files for reference during emergencies, maintenance, and repair. Access Sciences developed a taxonomy and metadata model, managed the scanning team, and integrated the content with SAP to enable regulatory compliance and improve access to equipment files.
Business challenge: A Fortune 25 company recognized that its information management program needed improvement and restructuring. Access Sciences designed and developed a new program, including software selection, taxonomy design, regulatory research, policy development, and process design.
Business Challenge: This global service company operates under the constant threat of high profile litigation. Access Sciences enhanced their email management practices, reducing the cost of discovery and minimizing litigation risk.
Business Challenge: A globally renowned cancer research center wanted to improve their ability to manage and track the outcomes of the research made possible by government grants and private donors. Access Sciences helped design a data model and convert their content for use in a grant tracking system to improve reporting and ultimately attract additional grants.
Business Challenge: A global engineering and construction company wanted a web-based content and records management system. Access Sciences provided the foundation for that deployment and helped the company implement policies, improve their retention schedule and ability to integrate information across multiple systems.
Business challenge: Without a records management program and discovery process, this global company faced significant regulatory risk. Access Sciences helped design and implement a global RIM program that enabled this company to lead their industry in records and information management while reducing risk of litigation.
Business challenge: After decades of haphazard information management practices, the downstream division of this integrated energy company needed an information management strategy. Access Sciences helped them assess their current state and create a strategic plan focused on improving information and records management.
Business Challenge: Unmanaged content in this highly regulated environment presented the company with unnecessary risk of non-compliance, increased storage and retrieval costs, and inefficient use of employees' time to search for content. Access Sciences helped implement an enterprise content management system that addressed those issues and helped the company lower their information management costs.
Business Challenge: Lack of a records management program hindered an agency’s ability to regulate their industry. Access Sciences helped the agency become compliant quickly through design of their records management program, policy and retention schedule development, change management, and technology consulting.
Business Challenge: A government agency struggled with regulatory compliance due to ineffective system design and substandard records management practices. Access Sciences performed audits and needs assessments, introducing RIM best practices and an upgraded retention schedule, while a new web interface greatly enhanced access to public records.
Business Challenge: A company of more than 60,000 employees lost valuable time due to inefficiencies in collaboration and information search, not to mention millions of dollars a year in fines. Access Sciences stepped in as an adviser to their global information management leadership, and by leveraging both process and technology solutions, helped them to build new foundations for search and collaboration.
Business Challenge: Inconsistent information management practices drove a company's search for a tool to facilitate collaboration, classify information, and provide document management capabilities. Access Sciences designed and deployed SharePoint, created a sustainable governance model and delivered user training to enhance information management practices.