capSpire looks forward to partnering with our clients to integrate content management into their business processes and truly leverage it as a critical asset.
Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Business information management is the backbone of any large corporation. Most commodity companies face an ever-changing landscape of information regulation, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, various disclosure laws, and now the Dodd-Frank Act. How a company governs and utilizes its information is an essential and often complex task. capSpire, a global commodity trading and risk management consulting and solutions firm, has launched a new division focused on assisting its clients with the complexities of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). This organization will help both large and small corporations define and implement ECM solutions that optimize data processes and data governance, while also providing clients better visibility and access to their own corporate information.
“We look forward to partnering with our clients to integrate content management into their business processes and truly leverage it as a critical asset. Our customers face complex problems and the solutions they need require talented consultants that fully understand ECM systems. This is an exciting new direction for capSpire that is highly complimentary to our thriving CTRM practice. Our extensive knowledge of the commodities industry combined with our deep systems expertise made this a logical service offering for our team,” says capSpire co-founder Jeff Hardcastle.
capSpire has invested in hiring ECM experts and is currently assisting several energy firms with their ECM efforts. Ossie Moore, Sr. Consultant at capSpire and 15-year veteran with ECM solutions such as OpenText’s Livelink system says, “There are many energy companies that leverage ECM tools like the OpenText ECM Suite to streamline business processes, govern their enterprise information and encourage collaboration across their organization. capSpire can assist them with system analysis, selection, and implementations. We want to compliment those services with ongoing ECM support and enhancements such as system administration of their environment, custom automated workflows, and in the case of OpenText’s tool, custom OScript development.”
To learn more about capSpire’s new Enterprise Content Management service visit http://capspire.com/capspire-ecm-services/.
capSpire is a global consulting and solutions company serving the Commodity Trade and Risk Management sector of the energy industry. Headquartered in the growing technology hub of Fayetteville, Arkansas, with an office in Tulsa, Oklahoma, capSpire has served over two dozen clients across North America and Europe. capSpire provides its clients with deep business and system expertise to simplify and streamline its commodity management functions for crude, natural gas, refined products, NGLs, coal, iron ore, agriculture and freight. Chief among its service offerings are IT strategy and planning, system selection, bespoke software development, implementation services, systems integration, complex enterprise content management and ongoing support. Visit http://www.capspire.com for more information.