Published on 22 Jul 2011
“ Our campus community expects immediate results through automated, self-service tools. The IBM content management solution allows us to easily meet—and even exceed—our self-service goals. ”
Larry Newhouse, Information Systems Leader, Iowa State University
Iowa State University
Iowa State University reduces paper output by 67 percent and saves $40,000 a year by eliminating voucher outsourcing fees with an enterprise content management solution from IBM.
Iowa State University wanted a solution to support the capture, security and delivery requirements of disparate University business processes and student services.
Working with IBM and IBM Business Partner Genus Technologies, the University is becoming a paperless campus, delivering imaged content to students and staff seamlessly and invisibly within web applications.
Reduced paper output by 67 percent; reclaimed floor space previously used for paper storage; virtually eliminated a delivery staff team of four to six student employees; provided immediate online access to documents
IBM products and services that were used in this case study.
Content Manager, Content Manager OnDemand for z/OS, DB2 for Linux, DB2 for z/OS
BA - Business Intelligence, Enterprise Content Management, System z Software
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