29/09/10

By Claire West

Capitalising on the uptake in Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Inatech, the Oracle business solutions specialist, has created a new ECM team.

The ECM team of experienced consultants, who have many man years working with ECM solutions, will focus on core Oracle solutions including the Oracle UCM suite, Universal Content Management and the I/PM product set. This will enable customers, including commercial and Government organisations, to capture and manage documents that are integrated with Siebel and Oracle’s E-Business applications.

The team will be led by industry veteran Andrew Coyle, ECM Business Development Manager at Inatech, who has 20 years experience helping multinationals and Governments with information management strategies.

Andrew commented: “As information and document management is becoming increasingly important and complex for organisations to master, ECM is a vital strategic asset for any IT department. The time is right for clients to remove complexity, strip out duplication and utilise the opportunities promised by their technology and the intelligence presented by their collective data.”

Chris Baker, CEO at Inatech commented: “Today’s business environment is representing new challenges and opportunities for global enterprises. As such, it’s imperative to manage costs and ensure the business remains competitive and efficient.

“One of the key opportunities is savings within document and paper-based processes. Oracle’s processing and scanning technologies are essential for this and that’s why we have created a dedicated ECM team to enable our clients to gain maximum benefit.”

As part of Oracle E20 suite, the IPM product set automates paper intensive business processes by coupling capture and imaging technology with workflow. It’s fully integrated with Oracle E-Business Suite and provides a framework that allows organisations to take advantage of the high volume imaging and workflow capabilities from Oracle.
For further information, please visit: http://www.inatech.com/practices/ecm.asp