Unitary Borough Council – Intranet and Forward List
A Unitary Borough Council had a requirement to manage all its documents centrally in an intranet format which am also included an automated forward list and decision making process. After successfully completing this, the Council then looked at how it managed its records. A records management solution was then successfully implemented which will eventually be integrated into their Social Services solution for the management of electronic social care records.
A Borough Council - Enterprise Content Management
An open source-based enterprise content management (ECM) solution is being implemented at a Borough Council which includes web content management, document and records management and an ePost Room. A new intranet will also be created as part of the solution along with integrations to other critical applications deployed by the Council so enaling a fully joined up information management capability.
A City Council – Open Source Document Management and Workflow
A City Council has implemented open source document management and workflow technologies for a range of pilot projects to demonstrate the applicability of open source enterprise content management to their organisation. Good Systems was chosen to implement the projects which included the implementation of the solution including technical workflow consultancy.
A Commercial Advisory Company – Web Content Management
This organisation has installed an open source based Web Content Management (WCM) system to support their public facing web-sites. Originally the websites were a hand crafted mixture of HTML and JSP. This meant that they were difficult to update by content authors without the requisite skills and it also made the approval process problematic. The solution…now non technical staff can create and deploy new electronic content.
International Publishing House – Employee Information
The aim was to provide the Organisation with a solution that could be managed locally but provide for access to the information which could be shared between different Country Locations. Whilst the design and configuration of the document archive needed to eet strict business practice, the infrastructure was a bigger challenge. This was solved by providing a hosted solution with one of our Data Centre Partners, a solution which not only integrated with exisiting company systems but was totally secure and reliable.
A Metropolitan Council – Enterprise Content Management solution
An enterprise content management solution has been implemented across the council of 3,000 users, it includes document management, an electronic post room, and a web content management solution which was integrated into the core ECM environment to manage five websites. Data migration was successfully completed from shared file systems and a legacy system and the project included the de-commission of existing information management systems. The next phase will be the rollout of records management.
International Investment Bank – Document and Records Management
The requirement was to provide a self – service information service to the Employees and Trust Executives for their Pension programmes. Based in New York, London and the Far East, it was completed using a central resource which could be edited and controlled from each location to ensure the information was up to date, relevant and version controlled meeting both regulatory and compliance requirements.
Pharmaceutical Company – Clinical Product Information
The publishing and regulatory control of Clinical Product Information is always a challenge. The diverse product data is compiled both internally and externally by a number of Specialist Consultancies. The system provided for the version control of all the documentation and reports and automatically published the approved content to a secure site to be used by all locations in both the UK and the USA.
Housing Associations - ePostrooms
Two Housing Associations have successfully implemented an ePostroom to manage all incoming post and makes use of an integrated document management system to distribute the documents once they are scanned.
Good Systems will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Cimtech event - ‘The Future of Electronic Information and Records Management in the Public Sector’, on the 7th July 2010 at the University of Hertfordshire. We will be showcasing our Document and Records Management and scanning solutions.