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Records management software

TAB records management resource booklet
Get five helpful RIM guides in TAB’s latest resource booklet

TAB recently published a booklet containing several helpful resources relating to records and information management. In one convenient PDF document, this booklet covers several pressing topics, including: how to implement RIM software, document imaging, and mergers and acquisitions. You can download the booklet here. Here is a run-down of what you will find in the […]Read More

How to Deal with a Never-ending Stream of Energy Records – Part 1

In a two-part blog post, we explore how one energy company mastered the challenge of dealing with incoming records from a merger or acquisition. When an acquisition goes through, the buyer is immediately hit with an information tsunami. Boxes and boxes of files arrive containing who knows what. Every relevant document has to be quickly incorporated so that revenue generation can start, leases are maintained in an active status, and a host of other obligations can be met.Read More

Is your RM software ready for real-world records retention?

In a series of blog posts, we are getting into the nuts and bolts of records management software to help you understand what to look for in a solution. In previous posts, we explored the features that make up a great document search tool and the features required to manage electronic and physical records in the same environment. This week we turn our attention to records retention.Read More

Key features to look for in your RM software’s document search tool

In a recent blog post we looked at the key features of a true hybrid records management software solution. As we saw, not all RM software is up to the task of managing electronic and physical records together in the same environment. To help you make the right choice of records management software, this week’s […]Read More

Five essential software features for managing electronic and physical records together

A number of challenges arise when trying to manage electronic and physical records together in the “hybrid” records environment. For example, how do you keep track of everything when a single document can exist at the same time in both paper and electronic formats? How do you know which copy of a document is the official record? Does the official record have to be in paper format, or will an electronic record be OK?Read More