Hear directly from the IT Director, Jim Wildenberg, at Oneida Nation of Wisconsin on how leveraging Document Management (DM) as an organization-wide strategy has completely transformed the way Oneida does business.
Oneida Nation has saved $1.7 Million each year in retrievals and refiling costs, and another $60K annually in paper storage. Jim will discuss why it’s important to support an organization-wide strategy and solution (versus focusing on a departmental-only solution) that integrates with many of your other core systems (ERP, HR, EMR, Casino Management, Higher Ed, etc.) and is scalable as you grow.
Jim will also cover the importance of managing the difference between document management and records management. This is an important consideration, and Oneida spent the time upfront in our Paper Reduction Policy initiative to map out this difference, and put a game plan in place for managing these two areas to ensure they were handled appropriately.
Oneida launched their initiative almost 10 years ago, and has many lessons learned to share to help ensure your success and learn from our mistakes when you’re ready to take the leap into an electronic world.
- How to Get Started
- Why Support an Organization-wide Strategy vs. Departmental
- Differences between Document Management & Records Management
- Lessons Learned Along the Way
To join the webinar, please visit our Webinar Registration page. Can’t make the live session? Register anyway and we will send you the recording. We are pleased to extend this event free of charge, and we look forward to having you join us if this topic is of interest to you.
More About Oneida
Oneida Indian Nation of Wisconsin has over 15,000 members and employees over 2,700 people in 60 locations. Document management (DM) is important to Tribal Government because it helps Tribes manage the documents and processes needed to improve their community through delivering programs and services cheaper and faster, preserving cultural heritage records, and enhancing compliance.
Content managed by DM includes paper, electronic forms, emails, photos, videos, data streams or even screen shots. DM can link these documents to your existing systems and databases — such as ERP, casino management, AP, HR, EMR, asset management, court or human services case management, and incident report systems, so instead of working back and forth between various systems and paper files, employees retrieve an electronic copy of a document with one click, accessing a virtual file instantly. Because of the instant access, it takes decisions that used to take weeks down to minutes.