IBM’s comprehensive solution will help manage K Raheja Corp’s entire document imaging life cycle.
India, July 17, 2012 - IBM announced today that K Raheja Corp, one of the leading real estate developers and corporate has selected IBM’s comprehensive Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution in order to manage data efficiently. K Raheja Corp selected IBM’s comprehensive solution to effectively manage their different aspects of single and multi-location data.
K Raheja Corp, a 56 year old heritage company that spearheads services across various verticals like retail, real estate and hospitality, is one of the largest corporate in the country today with employee base in excess of 1000. K Raheja Corp was looking to implement an enterprise wide document management system across business units covering 1200 users.
K Raheja Corp required a solution that would help in creation of a secured and digitized repository for all paper, electronic documents and emails. The company required applications for web based access of the documents that will give them instant access to information with no delay in searching, decision making or streamlining document centric workflow. This also aims in plugging delays in the paper intensive processes.
IBM’s ECM solutions will help K Raheja Corp create a road to good governance, compliance driven processes and documentation. They will also be able to exercise control and build related business processes with the document and folder level security at all levels. They will be able to keep and access important documents, drawings, emails and contracts for longer duration, including refer and re-use learning from old project documents as a knowledge base for future projects. Through this partnership, K Raheja Corp will be able to increase the efficiency and effectiveness across various stakeholders at different location.
K Raheja Corp will implement Datacap, FileNet Business Process Manager and Content Collector from IBM.
“Over the years we have been looking to improve our management of multiple format documents. We needed a solution that could put all the scattered documents and data in a secured and structured environment. These documents can be stored in archives or a point of reference for any future use of the documents. IBM’s solution understands that need and will help us transform our document management system across verticals.” said Manoj Sharma - Sr VP & Head -- Operations, K Raheja Corp
With Datacap, IBM will help K Raheja Corp capture documents and turn them into digital images, extract information from them, and insert images and meta-data into a repository. IBM’s FileNet Content Manager will store and manage documents, images and almost every kind of content for client. IBM FileNet Business Process Manager will help create, maintain, execute business processes and automatically route document images based on content, context and user input. IBM’s Content Collector for SAP links documents to relevant transactions in SAP and accesses them through the SAP GUI.
Speaking on the occasion Pradeep Nair, Director, Software Group, IBM ISA said, “Through IBM Enterprise Content Management solutions, we are helping companies realize the strategic value of content for better business insight and outcomes. We intend to help K Raheja Corp transform the way they do business by enabling them to put content in motion: capturing, activating, socializing, analyzing and governing it throughout the entire lifecycle.”
“We constantly aim at achieving higher targets for better quality performance and service, which is why it has become essential for us to increase competence and efficiency. We are extremely happy to have been associated with IBM whose expertise we believe will be useful in achieving this”, said Rahul Mahajan - Associate VP IT, K Raheja Corp
Under IBM’s comprehensive ECM solution offering, IBM will help manage the entire document imaging life cycle.
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