Liz McCormick explains How many companies are taking a very proactive approach to information management.
Evidence shows that in today’s business environment, most companies take a reactive approach to information management —choosing to implement the proper measures only after a trigger event has revealed a weakness and created the need for improvement. There’s no doubt that trigger events—like litigation, audits or M&As—can provide a harsh wake-up call. So how does this impact you? Even if you haven’t experienced one of these events, being reactive in your information management strategy, may result in missed opportunities to realize cost savings, improve efficiencies and reduce the risks associated with noncompliance.
Liz McCormick explains the host of benefits that companies that implement a proactive information management program can realize in the areas of cost savings, compliance and efficiency. Has your organization experienced any of these benefits?