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Information Management Drives Safe and Compliant Operations

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.  

Improve Findability and Lifecycle Management with an Enterprise Taxonomy

It’s frustrating not being able to find something you know exists

Like many companies, this global client had assets and offices in many countries without consistency in where information was stored and how it was organized.  Employees were frustrated by the amount of time needed to find information.  In cases where the hunt was unsuccessful, 

Top 10 Publicly Traded Company Retrieves Production Well Documents Quickly After Oil Spill

Top 10 Publicly Traded Company Retrieves Production Well Documents Quickly After Oil Spill

This integrated energy company ranks among the top 10 publicly traded companies in the world.

International Blue Chip Company Benefits from an Open Access Collaboration Hub

Inefficiencies of Information Silos

SharePoint used in isolation across headquarter departments was causing this global energy company inefficiencies and lost opportunities.

Records Management Program Design and Implementation for a Tribal Nation

The challenge: 

A Tribal Government with varying approaches for managing records based on an outdated policy, decentralized Records Management (RM) responsibilities, and technology restrictions. A lack of collaboration and knowledge sharing resulted in a high percentage of content duplication and information siloes in both physical and electronic repositories. Access Sciences led the following activities:

ECRM Organization Design for Fortune 25 Company

The challenge: As a Fortune 25 company with operations around the globe, this company had previously responded to a series of downward industry cycles by reducing their content management and records management capabilities to the bare bones. As their awareness of their risky position increased, so did industry activity regarding poorly managed information, expensive litigation, and improving discovery management.
As a trusted ECRM industry resource, this client engaged Access Sciences to: