At the same time, more and more companies are introducing a ‘CIGO’: Chief Information Governance Officer. This person should safeguard all important information assets, such as contracts, invoices, customer information and technical documentation , supporting the company in its goal of achieving sustainable success in the future.
Structured and unstructured corporate assets are the cornerstones of deciding which information needs to be kept and governed. We cannot leave the capturing, storing and classifying up to an individual if the process can do this better, faster and automatically. Moreover, the process will be better placed to classify the asset (i.e. fill in the context and metadata). Managing and sharing this information is Knowledge – and Knowledge that is well-applied is Value — value that helps your organization excel, both internally and on the market.