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Case Studies

Large Midwest Utility Company Implements ECM Ahead of Others

The challenge: Unmanaged content in this highly regulated environment caused unnecessary risk of non-compliance, increased storage and retrieval costs, and inefficient use of employees' time as they searched for, missed, and often re-created content.

Information Management and Technology Strategy for Fortune 200 Highly Regulated Company

The challenge: After decades of haphazard information management practices and growth by acquisition, the downstream division of this integrated energy company needed a fresh evaluation of its information management strategy and portfolio and a plan to address the findings.  Access Sciences contributed in a variety of ways:

Global Fortune 100 Risk Mitigation and Discovery Management

The challenge: As a Global Fortune 100 company, this client is the third largest company in its industry. Its size, profitability, and global presence make it a target for frequent litigation and matters that require investigation and treatment. Without a common program for managing records and information, and without a systematic discovery management process, this company faced unnecessary risk.

Global E&C Electronic Records Management

The challenge: This company is a leading global engineering, construction and services company supporting the government services, civil infrastructure, energy, and petrochemicals sectors.
When Access Sciences first helped this client several years ago, a team of experts provided a requirements and fit evaluation for the company’s global records management system needs. Access Sciences:

eDiscovery Improvement for Global Services Company

The challenge: High profile litigation is part of this global service company’s reality. With a highly dispersed workforce and a culture that encourages individualism (so that local customer needs are met), reducing litigation risk is tough. The goals: reduce the size of the information pile (especially in email), develop defensible and cost-effective discovery processes, and manage electronic records effectively.

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