The way we see it, your information has a life cycle. Information is conceived– and it grows. Along the way, information changes and you need to manage those changes. When you ignore the life cycle, information can mutate, go into hiding, or be misused.
By expertly utilizing the Information Mapping method, our consultants help companies take control of their information life cycle by:
Just-in-Time Writing Resources
Do you need extra resources to get your writing projects done quickly and professionally? Our pool of trained Information Mapping writers can provide the help you need, when you need it.
Management and Mentoring
The goal on every project is to implement a solution that can be independently maintained by your staff/resources. During the Management and Mentoring phase of the information life cycle, Information Mapping provides a management process and mentoring support to ensure that your employees can manage and maintain the delivered product.
Skillful deployment of any solution within the information life cycle is critical in ensuring the fulfillment of the stated requirements. Information Mapping enables you to deploy information consistently and accurately with minimum interruptions to your organizational operations.
The informational development phase of the information life cycle is where the proposed solution takes tangible shape. In this phase, information is created or refined to meet the your defined documentation or training needs for publishing to paper and/or the Web.
Architecture and Design
The Architecture and Design phase of the information life cycle is critical to the success of a project because it provides the blueprint for addressing your defined organizational requirements. In this phase, Information Mapping will create a hierarchy for information use, delivery, and maintenance that will increase information accuracy and employee productivity.
The analysis phase of the information life cycle is the foundation of all subsequent project phases. In this phase, Information Mapping will examine your business needs and organizational challenges and provide a sound, strategic and tactical plan to address those requirements.