Trond has been working with Document Management his entire professional life. First as a user, then as a Supervisor, responsible for the procedures and the way of working with information within the projects he was serving. After the move to the software side in 1996, he’s been involved in most tasks involved in delivering software to clients, from consultancy, business analysis, sales and management.
Trond is determined and certain that there always are better ways of working and that software with the right configuration can enhance almost any work process within Document Management.
As the old saying goes, “better the devil you know than the devil you don’t.” But is that enough to motivate a person to resist and refuse to do things in new ways? More
Have you ever in the course of a workday, maybe during a project, asked yourself: Where could that file be? That attachment? Or that document? Then you have had a brush with something central and fundamental to records management. More
Businesses/organizations that are the most successful at records management have some common traits, such as being good at searching, reusing, producing, and storing documentation or at controlling the collection of internal and external comments. More