Best of TAB 2017 part 1: the top case studies

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In a four-part series, we will be revealing the top RIM resources of the past year, as voted by your colleagues in records and information management.

Over the next four days we will share the top white papers, case studies, RIM guides and blog posts.

In this first part, we are pleased to share the top records management case studies of 2017. These project spotlights show you how to provide access to electronic and physical files, how to save money on box storage, and how to optimize a document-intensive business process.

1. How to improve access to physical and electronic information across your organization

Learn how Bill Barrett Corporation and TAB worked together to securely and efficiently improve the business process surrounding land records.

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2. The big box project: the importance of an inactive records strategy

This case study highlights how TAB helped an international energy company save money and realize the value of an inactive records strategy. One of the key lessons learned was that the company could have saved approximately $1M if inactive files were properly stored, indexed and organized.

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3. Project spotlight: Retail marijuana licensing at the City & County of Denver

When Colorado approved the retail sale of marijuana in 2013, the City & County of Denver was hit with a massive influx of applications from hopeful retailers. The licensing department was soon swamped with a backlog of unprocessed applications. This project spotlight shows how TAB helped the City & County of Denver deal with the backlog and prepare itself for a “new normal” in the era of legalized marijuana sales.

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