Document Management

Is It Time to Consider Automated Classification? Part One: A Better Approach Is Needed

Provided by OpenText

Category Document Management

Type White Paper

Length 12

Publish Date December 08 2011

Date posted April 17 2013

Overview

Now that electronic records typically constitute 90% of an organization's records, a manual ‘one-size-fits-all' approach to classification doesn't work. The answer? Taking people out of the records-retention process and having computers automatically do the job. This white paper from OpenText outlines the inherent problems in traditional approaches that rely on manual classification of documents, and the factors that are compelling enterprises to consider automated records management tools.

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