Best Practices for Document Scanning in the Energy Industry – Part 1

For energy companies, document imaging offers a number of potential benefits, including greater operational efficiency, improved risk management and streamlined acquisitions and divestitures. However, document imaging projects in the energy industry come with unique challenges that organizations in other industries don’t have to contend with. TAB has been fortunate to work with dozens of energy…Read More

Records management best practices for acquisitions and divestitures

When an organization buys or sells a corporate entity, the records involved pose a number of unique challenges for records managers. For example, how do you make records available during the due diligence phase? How do you incorporate the records of the acquired company, or prepare records for hand off to the buyer? These are…Read More

Solving the challenges of energy records management: 6 best practices

We recently looked at four trends that make it difficult to manage records in the energy sector. Between acquisitions, consolidation, imaging and hybrid records, the energy industry throws plenty of curveballs at records managers. In this post we’ll look at several best practices to help you overcome the most common challenges in energy records management.…Read More

Managing energy records isn’t easy! Four challenging trends.

Of all the industries in which you could be employed as a records manager, there are probably none more challenging than the energy industry. In our work with many of the world’s largest energy companies, we have seen this first hand. We have also been fortunate to have an opportunity to help our clients solve…Read More

How to Integrate Files from Acquisitions and Divestitures

Acquisitions and divestitures are an important part of business, especially in the energy sector, but merging different file collections can be a huge challenge for records managers. When one leading energy company found itself making up to 100 acquisitions a year, the task of merging thousands of new files from different organizations was enormous, and…Read More