Enterprise Content and Information Management meets the Ultimate Content Management (and Delivery) System

Enterprise Content and Information Management meets the Ultimate Content Management (and Delivery) System

Innovation Station® 

Innovation Stations empowers healthcare & life sciences organizations to manage their content and information with intelligent and personalized information delivery. This post provides an overview of the gap that Innovation Station fills by integrating the best of enterprise content management with the best of content management while adding advanced analytics (MLS and AI) to deliver the right information to the right person at the right time. 

What is Enterprise Content Management (ECM)?

Enterprises and organizations hold a vast amount of information and content. ECM enables them to sort and manage these digital assets efficiently, allowing them to save time and money while improving outcomes. 

Basic features of an ECM usually include processes like instant document capture, automation of business processes, secure document storage, granular document security, and full-text search and retrieval.

To enable these features an ECM will usually consist of a complex backend that allows the information to be defined and structured so it is easily accessible and manageable across the many departments and teams within an organization. 

The ECM market was worth 24 Billion in 2015, 32 Billion in 2017, and is expected to reach 67 Billion by 2022, according to Statista.

What is a Content Management System (CMS)? 

Well, a content management system is simply that, a system for managing content. It is a software or set of programs that is used to create, manage and deliver digital content.

This is where ECM comes into play, a CMS is typically used for Enterprise Content Management because it is a system that allows an organization to achieve these necessary tasks of managing their content and digital assets. The complex backend of a CMS allows front end users to take on roles and manage documents, content, and information based on their access level according to their position, team, and credentials. 

An interesting, and important aspect to a CMS is that it will generally be comprised of two necessary components: a content management application (CMA) and a content delivery application (CDA). This allows users to store and organize massive volumes of content while easily being able to use the CDA to access the assets and information. 

Enterprise Content Management meets Intelligence Content Management and Delivery: Innovation Station®

Innovation Stations® is the ultimate enterprise content management solution for healthcare and life sciences organizations. Innovation Station is an ECM solution with a content management system allowing for both effective content upload and management with an intelligent delivery application as well. 

Sunnie Southern, the founder of Viable Synergy, the company that developed Innovation Station, has over 2o years of experience in the health-tech industry. With the slow evolution of technology in healthcare, Sunnie saw the problems organizations didn’t even know they had yet and took the charge in developing an Intelligent AI-powered Content Management System to solve the Enterprise Content Management needs of healthcare organizations. 

Innovation Station provides a solution for the health & life sciences companies with uniquely designed features specifically for organizations in the industry. With HIPAA compliant development, Innovation Stations helps to intelligently personalize healthcare experiences providing a fast and easy way for patients, doctors, and employees to find what they are looking for before they even know they need it.

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Sources:

https://www.laserfiche.com/support-learn/what-is-ecm/#

https://searchcontentmanagement.techtarget.com/definition/content-management-system-CMS

https://www.laserfiche.com/ecmblog/two-award-winning-counties-adopt-enterprise-wide-technology/?