DMS EXPO 2012: specialist Forum highlights use of ECM in the public administration of Stuttgart, June 27, 2012. Administrations and authorities face major challenges of efficiency, closer to the citizens and more and more requirements and policies that must be implemented in the short term despite scarce financial resources. The information needs, how these requirements can be implemented is correspondingly high. This need is the DMS EXPO, fair, strengthened accounting for enterprise content management this year. You will be held from 23-25 October 2012 at the Stuttgart trade fair alongside of IT & business, trade fair for IT-solutions, and covers all aspects of digital information management in Hall 5. Give specially for administrations there is first a specialist forum on the subject of DMS in the e-Government”. The expert forum is carried out on October 24 from 10:00 to 14:00 on the stage of Congress. Document management systems (DMS) contribute to the diverse requirements of administrations and authorities to meet.
On the DMS EXPO some institutions, municipalities and authorities together with advisers of independent management and technology consulting pass on their knowledge and their experience Zoller & partner within the framework of the technical forum. Tips for a successful balancing act Volker Halstenbach, partner of Zoller & Partner GmbH, first gives an overview of the current status and trends in DMS in authorities and municipalities. He shows her large range of tasks and explains why their duties clearly differ from those of the private sector in regard to DMS. For example, authorities can decide due by statutory public tendering procedures at the same time tense budget situation often only for tactical procurement of DMS single applications. In the private sector, it is, however, possible to look permanently more efficient, strategic way. In order to pursue a strategic approach, authorities have a balancing act afford. This paper tells you how you can master this challenge through an appropriate approach in the selection and in which trends are observed.