The benefits of ECM in a data driven world.

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Applying an Enterprise Content Management solution can be a daunting task for businesses that are already paperless let alone companies that are dealing with mounds of physical documents floating internally from decision maker to decision maker. Good news is, there is hope and ISC can help. Here are some important reasons why implementing an ECM strategy at your company or institution should be at the top of your 2020 agenda and taken seriously when allocating your IT budget.


  • Minimize key strokes and data entry
  • Improve data accessibility
  • Reduce Human Error

Business process automation and AI are being successfully deployed across all industries to reduce costs and streamline processes. This is especially relevant for managing “information chaos” in a world where data is a company’s most powerful asset. Intelligent Capture will automatically extract data from your documents, reducing human error, and increasing ease of retrieval and the ability to harness your company’s precious data for analytics and insights.


Manually moving documents to the right decision maker is one of the most time consuming and laborious tasks in most business processes; therefore, automating document routing with workflow can be extremely beneficial to your business or institution. It will save your team time, substantially reduce costs and increase process transparency and consistency.


  • Allow end users to access business critical documents 24/7.
  • Grant multiple users access to the same document.
  • Increase information transparency. When a change is made or a step is approved, it will be globally viewable.

It is undeniable that transparency is key to maximizing internal efficiencies. Allowing managers and end-users to pinpoint exactly where each document is in its life-cycle and also track the average workflow cycle time can have gravitas impact on overall productivity.


Streamline business processes by allowing internal systems to communicate and transmit data back and forth. This allows for quick access to the data you need in real time.


  • Monitor task completion times and overall productivity.
  • Identify process bottlenecks.
  • Display your businesses processes in a meaningful way to internal decision makers.

Gaining the ability to measure your team’s productivity and better understand internal metrics is one of the most attractive benefits to decision makers for implementing an ECM solution. These metrics will help your team identify process bottlenecks and formulate methods to alleviate them. These actions will not only increase productivity and reduce expenses, but also can create a morale-boosting environment that incentivizes end users to reach goals set forth by management instead of plowing through a seemingly endless list of tasks to complete.


This benefit seems obvious, but is still one of the most common reasons that companies initially turn to ISC for their ECM implementation. Many companies and institutions are not currently meeting regulatory compliance for their industry, which can put them at legal risk. Relax knowing your valuable content is securely stored and meeting compliance and record requirements.



Team Member Spotlight: Kristin Young

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Another exciting anniversary just happened here at Information Systems Corporation. Kristin Young has officially been a team member for three years!

Kristin joined the ISC team in February of 2017 as a conversion specialist. She has become one of our most skilled conversion experts, handling all customer records with sensitivity, care and precision. Since 2017, Kristin has also engaged in many special projects, which recently included playing a crucial role in an internal software implementation and taking the lead in managing our social media streams.

We are so appreciative of Kristin’s positive energy and the hard work and dedication she demonstrates when working on client projects and internal initiatives alike. One fun fact about Kristin is that she got engaged this past year and is planning a 2020 wedding. Congratulations, Kristin, and thank you for all your hard work these past three years! We are so lucky to call you a team member and friend.

Team Member Spotlight: Stacy Ludwig

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We celebrated our final anniversary of 2019 last week. Stacy Ludwig, our Conversion Center Supervisor, has been a team member for sixteen years! Stacy manages all of ISC’s conversion center projects with great detail, ensuring that all valuable client content is handled with precision and care. Throughout her career, Stacy has also spent a fair amount of time on-site with clients, working alongside them as they navigate their digital transformation.

She is loved by clients and colleagues alike, and embodies professionalism and positivity. Stacy and her team also played a huge part in an internal software implementation at ISC this past year. We couldn’t have executed the implementation without their hard work and dedication.

One fun fact about Stacy is that she was born on April Fools’ Day and was a true shock to all as the doctor predicted her to be a baby boy. What an April Fools’ surprise! Stacy, we cannot thank you enough for your many years of dedication and hard work.  Happy Anniversary!