At the heart of information management is the people. Understanding and interpreting the needs of the users of information is critical to a successful implementation of any plan or strategy. The facilitation services are therefore pragmatic and outcomes based oriented to ensure a convergence of ideas in pursuit of the overall organizational goals.
Geographic Information Systems
Everything we do is happening somewhere on earth, in particular place and time. Geographic Information Systems opens up this world of maps by spatially analysing data and presenting information that can be easily understood.
Whilst information management is about the tangible information, knowledge management is about the way in which people engage with one another, share and store information and use it as a competitive advantage. The key is to transform the information culture of organisations to realise that the shared and collective knowledge is a strategic asset.
Business analysis is the process to define the most optimal and efficient way of working with your data. The aim is to understand the full value chain of the data, from when it is created and used until it is archived for future
Do you know where your data comes from? Can you trust it? Data governance is to ensure that your data is managed in a responsible and accountable manner. In addition to reactive statutory or policy requirements, you would also want to develop a trusting relationship with the people providing you with the data. A coherent data governance approach will save your organization money, time and engender trust to effectively use the data.
An information management strategy will ensure that your organization proactively and strategically use information for defensible decision-making.