Creating and Capturing Information

    Information capture is the first step on the digital transformation journey. Learn how to automate document classification and data extraction at the point of creation.

    Foundations of Intelligent Information Management, Domain 1: Creating and Capturing Information

    Collectively, creating and capturing information form the first step in the intelligent information management lifecycle. But if the organization does not put effective processes in place to create and capture information, the results will often get very messy very quickly. Most organizations’ information stores are little more than “digital landfills”; a lack of control and governance leads to information being created and stored haphazardly, with multiple copies and versions all over the organization.

    In this course, we’ll show you how to put effective capture processes in place that span the variety of sources, systems, and formats of information that organizations create and receive. We’ll review the capabilities required for effective information creation and capture, including document management, scanning, collaboration, and information management solutions. And we’ll review key supportive processes, including knowledge management and content migration and integration.

    This course is for anyone who:

    • Creates, receives, or shares information
    • Needs to collaborate to create content
    • Wants to ensure that information is complete, correct, and reliable
    • Needs to convert paper documents or records to digital

    By the end of this course, you will learn how to:

    • Create and capture business information according to business requirements
    • Develop a strategy for effective capture of paper and digital documents and records
    • Determine the appropriate system of record for a particular process or business context
    • Develop effective collaboration processes

    This course is approved for 3 CIP maintenance credits.

    Purchase this Online Course

    $299 USD