Information Management Services
Information management is managing the process and infrastructure used to collect, manage, preserve, store, and deliver all the information you have in your organization. Some common pain points when it comes to Info Management are:
- Lacking a unified view of data across your organization.
- Manually merging data from various sources.
- Spending too much time gathering data to make decisions.
- Having bad data quality, such as data duplications, discrepancies, and inconsistent formats.
- Not having mobile access to reports and dashboards.
How We Can Help
We have three services areas that support all of your Info Management needs:
- Data Management:
We’ll identify, govern, clean, and store your data in a technology solution that you will actually use.
- Data Integration:
We’ll architect your data from various sources into a single consolidated view or structure so you can manage your business more efficiently.
- Business Intelligence:
We’ll define metrics, reports, and dashboards so you can use your data instead of spending time collecting and cleaning it.
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Leverage 5P Consulting’s Business Value Roadmap; a tool designed by our CEO, Y’vonne, and backed by the Lean Six Sigma approach to identify and prioritize functional changes to your business in order to reveal revenue-maximizing opportunities.
Why 5P is the Right Partner?
Data architecture is the governance of your organization’s data. This includes the guidelines, rules, and procedures to collect, store, and use data within your organization.
Are you still wondering how to take advantage of modern big data architecture? The 5P team can help you get a better understanding of modern data and architecture systems available for your business.
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Information Management FAQs
What is information management?
Information management is the collection, storage, management, and maintenance of data and other types of information. It covers the procedures and guidelines organizations adopt to manage and communicate information among different individuals, departments, and stakeholders. Information management focuses on the level of control an organization has over the information it produces.
Information management versus data management:
Information management begins with the creation and collection of data that is processed and analyzed into information. This process ends with the destruction of information for different reasons, including security, confidentiality, cost, and storage constraints. Data management is a subset of information management and relates to the policies, plans, and programs that protect and control data and information assets through their life cycles. It gives organizations control over their business data, which can minimize security breaches and other risks when done properly.
What are 4 key benefits of information management?
- Creates a unified view of data across your organization
- Reduces time and cost associated with gathering and managing data
- Improves data quality
- Makes it easy to visualize data through dashboards and reports
What are the components of information management?
- People: All information systems depend, to an extent, on human involvement, as do day-to-day operations. Building, nurturing, and investing in your team’s capabilities and performance is the best way to grow your organization’s information management skills.
- Policies and Processes: A well-defined and regularly reinforced framework will help drive information management best practices in order to achieve strategic business outcomes.
- Technology: The latest technology and cloud solutions will enable information discovery when required and support information sharing, integration, and analysis throughout the information cycle.
- Data and Information: Together data and information provide a foundation for businesses to use in making business decisions that will drive efficiency, optimization, and lead to success.