EDRMS 101: the basics
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This paper presents the basic concepts of an electronic document and records management system (EDRMS), i.e. the what, why, and how aspects of an EDRMS. It identifies the key business drivers for implementing an EDRMS. It also explains how an EDRMS differs from an EDMS and identifies the core functionalities of an EDRMS and discusses the different possible design views in an EDRMS. The key functional specifications that assist in the selection of EDRMS are highlighted. The article concludes with points for consideration by records managers and vendors on the future of EDRMS.
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