12/15/2008: Search for Documents Takes up to 50 Percent of Users Working Time

Search for Documents Takes up to 50 Percent of Users Working Time

When it comes to document management businesses do have room for improvement. Time and monetary investments are significant, and users spend an alleged share of up to 50 percent of their time in labor on the search for documents. MORE.

The management and search for documents is still very time and resource consuming. At least, that is what a report by Computerwoche Online suggests.

With reference to the blog of John Mancini, AIIM chairman, CW Online reports, that the cost of retrieval amounts to 120 US Dollars per misfiled document. Moreover, professionals supposedly invest up to 50 percent of their time looking for documents. Yet in 7.5 percent of these cases the quest is bound to fail because the document has gotten lost already.

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