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Information Management Solutions

Designing, implementing, and hosting Information Technology solutions for businesses.

This includes all consulting, design, development, implementation, management, maintenance, and hosting services. The fees for these services greatly depend on the scope of the project. Based on our prior experiences, typical project charges will range from $30,000 (for a very small project) to $250,000 (for a moderate project). Large projects may require extensive on-site support, which are typically charged on a time and materials basis.

Consumer contact areas such as media, information, promotion, commerce, and service/support can all be contained under an intelligent information management system which include Web sites and fully functional company intranets. The key to success for businesses is to hire competent professional agencies with the skill and experience in exploiting Intranet technologies.

The Challenge of the Shifting Business Patterns

The pattern for information management of today's business is rapidly shifting due to the following factors:

  1. increased volume and sophistication of data
  2. the need to rapidly convert these huge volumes of data into a form readily usable by the company's management and staff
  3. the requirement to deliver high quality, reliable information results efficiently and seamlessly via such means as the World Wide Web to the decision makers

Based on our support role in terabyte-sized data warehousing efforts, we understand the present and future challenges involved with the management and analysis of data and the translation of Data into Information, then to Knowledge, and finally into Action.

These challenges include

  1. Increasing the throughput of existing data processing systems
  2. Improving the quality and reliability of the data products
  3. Incorporating the results of analyses into improved simulation and OLAP models
  4. Developing and maintaining rapidly changing information management frameworks and configurations necessary to access, process, and distribute terabytes of data to geographically dispersed users
  5. Keeping pace with and implementing rapid advances in information technologies and computer communications

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