90% Improvement in Efficiency Achieved with Deployment of Enterprise-wide Records Management Solution

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Enterprise Informatics and D2 deploy solution that reduces physical storage needs by 30%. Enterprise Informatics and d2 today announced the completion of an enterprise-wide Records Management solution for a high profile, publically funded organization in the UK. Utilizing Enterprise Informatics' Enterprise Information Management (EIM) platform, eB, the project was completed in less than 90 days and provided immediate, tangible value within days of deployment.

Enterprise Informatics and d2 today announced the completion of an enterprise-wide Records Management solution for a high profile, publically funded organization in the UK. Utilizing Enterprise Informatics' Enterprise Information Management (EIM) platform, eB, the project was completed in less than 90 days and provided immediate, tangible value within days of deployment.

Time-consuming tasks that previously took two weeks to complete now take less than one day, and the automated retention schedule notification process has enabled the organization to shred five tons of paper, reducing storage space by 30% - all within the first ten days of deployment. The increase in efficiency and reduction in storage costs has enabled the organization to achieve a fast return on investment which was further accelerated by the less than 90 day implementation.

d2 is a leading Consultancy in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) with offices in the UK and the US. Tim Bovy, Chief Executive of d2, commented, "Using eB we have been able to apply our best practice methodologies to make the management of GRC operational. Our clients see the potential to replace existing solutions and processes by embedding our unique GRC Process Matrix in eB, with potentially huge savings on operational costs."

Enterprise Informatics delivers advanced electronic and physical records management software built on a powerful Enterprise Information Management platform, eB (enterprise Bridge). With eB, records management is simply part of the normal course of managing information that is core to the business process, and not a special step that has to be done by a separate group of people using specialized tools. eB employs information management principles of identification, classification and relationships to automate the records management process by incorporating metadata when the information is created as part of the normal business process.

Based on the classification and state of the information, eB automates the creation of a record by applying pre-determined rules that govern the location, folder, retention policy, and disposition method that is applied to the recorded information.

eB makes it easy to see who is responsible for information, what the information describes, and provides complete traceability to support GRC (governance, risk and compliance) audits. eB ensures that information assets are governed, secure, controlled and trustworthy - delivering relevant information in context to business users.

About Enterprise Informatics
Enterprise Informatics saves its customers money by reducing the cost of meeting compliance requirements, improving operational efficiency, and lowering business risk. eB (Enterprise Bridge), the company's flagship product, ensures the integrity of controlled information and delivers it to business users in context that can be trusted to make informed business decisions. With 25 years experience, Enterprise Informatics serves industries around the globe, including government, utilities, transportation, financial services, engineering and construction. For additional information, visit http://www.enterpriseinformatics.com.

About d2
d2 and its principals have nearly 30 years of experience in designing and implementing various types of information and risk management systems for organizations including Rio Tinto, BankAmerica Corporation, Deloiite & Touche, BT Health, the Kuwaiti government and the US House of Representatives. d2 has developed a number of proprietary methodologies for managing compliance risk related to manufacturing, finance, and government, including the requirements mandated by Sarbanes-Oxley, the Combined Code of Corporate Governance, the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). For an overview of the d2 businesses, please visit: http://www.d2uk.com and http://www.d2ops.com.

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