Locus will guide your team in defining your content management needs, solution value, and organizational priorities. The strategic plan follows a staged approach incrementally uncovering components leading to a measurable outcome that meets your objectives. The process takes into consideration; internal analysis or work product that has already been completed, corporate and governance standards, team knowledge, corporate priorities, and specific requirements of the organization. The resulting deliverable is an organizational ECM Strategic Roadmap that will outline the timeline and key milestones that are based on your assessment of risk, benefit, value, and scope.
Subsequent to sign-off by the stakeholders, the delivery of the services is managed and monitored by Locus’ Project Management Office following a methodology that ensures strong communication, consideration to change management, adherence to budget, and alignment with organizational objectives. Locus has developed a strong global reputation in Enterprise Information Management from the delivery of over 375 projects consisting of a diverse range of implementations and custom-built applications for industry verticals such as Finance, Manufacturing, Life Sciences, Customer Service, Utilities and Mining.
The development process is transparent, user centric, and measurable. Realizing a competitive advantage with your products and integrations, using the right technologies, delivered in an efficient timeframe, at a low cost are paramount.
From architecture and design to development and integration – our engineers have experience in a variety of development frameworks including Java, .NET, C++, OScript, SAP BASIS, ABAP, REST and SOAP.
Most importantly, our team has the experience to interpret business problems and translate them into functioning solutions.
Unstructured content of any sort can be managed throughout its lifecycle, and more importantly, associated with any SAP transaction.
SAP and non-SAP users can now collaborate in a common environment, improving process efficiency through the integration of documents and SAP transactions providing a 360 degree view across the organization.
Many organizations see an immediate ROI by automating the association of unstructured content with the SAP transaction which drastically reduces the time it takes users to find content, as well as errors in locating the correct content that are typical in an environment that hasn’t been integrated.
Locus begins with a records readiness assessment to review the objectives and governance framework that has previously been created to develop an alignment strategy. The outcome of a records management roadmap will outline the implementation plan to meet the objectives – in most cases, this is a staged/gated project that allows your organization to see the benefits of the implementation quickly.
Reducing file system volumes by applying compression and de-duplicating redundant documents, time-savings associated with having a single source for internal searching and repurposing of content, discovery, as well as audit and compliance are just a few of the benefits realized.