Please find below some examples of our work in various areas of Enterprise Content Management, including document and records management consultancy.
Based in the West of England, we are working with local clients and also nationally via the Socitm Consulting network.
We have worked with a number of Local Councils and other public and independent sector institutions on records management projects, including:
- the specification and procurement of DIP / workflow / EDRM solutions
- gap analysis to the ISO15489 standard
- the development of project and file plans for EDRM implementations
- the creation of policy and procedural documentation for physical and electronic record lifecycle management
Other experience includes working with a University on their enterprise content management strategy and an NHS Trust on meeting information governance requirements.
We have worked with a number of Banking, Fund Management, Stockbroking, Accountancy, Insurance, Law and other City organisations on their records management projects, especially in meeting their compliance obligations. We have a relationship with Filing Plus, based in the City of London, who provide file relocation, filing system, archive storage and records management services.
We have helped a Local Council review their workflow processes for web content management.
We have helped a Local Council produce a new business website meeting e-government standards.
Called "Business Matters in Bath & North East Somerset", this is an information portal for start-up or existing businesses in the area or companies looking to relocate to the area.
Please also see the example of the South West England China Forum website, built as an information hub for the mutual development of trade and business between companies and organisations in both the South West of England and China.
We have helped a Local Authority produce a new training course management and publication website meeting W3C standards.
We have provided website Information Architecture training and consultancy to the (then named) DfES.