ECM systems capture, manage and store digital documents. Tailor-made workflows direct the documents through the system almost completely automatically. In ECM systems - the abbreviation stands for Enterprise Content Management - all documents can be accessed at any time. Furthermore, users always know where a document is on its journey through the company. The fact that data can also be accessed when working from home makes ECM systems even more appealing. “Digitised business processes are the new norm,” says Daniel Wagenführer, General Manager at TA Triumph-Adler.
ECM systems can be completely customised to meet individual requirements. Alternatively, standardised modules can be optimised to meet specific needs. TA Triumph-Adler offers both approaches. You can find out more about this in our white paper “ECM - How to digitise your business processes”.
ECM: getting started with a pilot project
The unique feature of ECM systems is their modular design. Companies do not have to digitise all their processes at once, but can start with a pilot project and then gradually introduce digital workflows for other tasks as well. We will present the most important modules here: