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A Guide for Information Management Technology (IMT)

Information Management Technology

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The corporate world of today is filled with fierce rivals. An organization’s ability to understand and use information is essential. 

 

There are very few companies that do not depend on Information Management Technology (IMT) for their day-to-day operations. Businesses are able to overcome obstacles, boost operations, satisfy customer and employee demands, and increase productivity and efficiency thanks to IMT. 

 

Technology for information management is an essential component of every company. It makes it possible to integrate records retention policies for compliance, the big data type insights that underpin company goals, and much more. By aligning business strategies and technology, an organization enhances its total value chain, so let’s see how this works:

 

What is Information Management Technology?

 

Information Management Technology (IMT) refers to the procedures, frameworks, tools, and software that a company employs to carry out regular business activities. Moreover, it ensures that all the company’s information technology resources are managed in accordance with its goals and objectives. Regardless of the format of the data, IMT enables businesses to handle it effectively.

 

Managing responsibility within a firm comprises many of the fundamental management tasks, including budgeting, staffing, change management, organizing, and regulating, in addition to other components specific to technology, such as software design, network planning, tech support, etc. 

 

IMT: A Basic Understanding 

 

The primary goal of IT management is to create value by employing technology. And companies operate effectively by centralizing the equipment and procedure, enabling workers to focus on their own work without having to worry about data management. 

 

The management of resources used to be silo-like, with one set of resources being devoted to one specific computing technology, business application, or line of business. These resources are not easily optimized or adjusted to match actual demands since they serve as a single set of needs and operations. As a result, technology suppliers expanded and include converged infrastructure environments, which combine servers, storage, networking, security, management, and facilities to their product-centric infrastructure and management offerings. 

 

With this sort of integrated and automated management system, firms are able to deploy their applications more quickly, with easier manageability and maintenance. In addition, IT adapts immediately to IT resources and meets erratic business demand. However, the implementation of a system like this needs business and technology management to collaborate as a creative, synergic team rather than as a strictly mechanical span of control. 

 

Benefits of IMT

 

IMT tools are still evolving, and there are several benefits:

 

  • Due to the fact that IMT has historically helped people be more productive, it is frequently thought of as a driver of organizational efficiency. IMT has been further divided into more practical categories that accurately reflect the purpose of the employed technology as the number of technological applications in the company increased. 
  • A quicker, more adaptable, and proactive response to extreme circumstances is made possible by enhanced access to and use of information. 
  • Access to knowledge and informed cooperation that IMT provides encourages innovation in goods and services. This information fosters the quick examination of fresh ideas that society and the economy need to advance.
  • Accountability is improved while pertinent information is correctly shared and preserved. Also, IMT strengthens data protection and assures the quality and suitability of the data. Moreover, there is effective information risk management and minimization, securing corporate memory.

 

IMT transforms enterprises from functional to exceptional through enhanced organizational efficiency, increased worker productivity, less risk, and higher customer satisfaction.

 

Areas of Information Management Technology (IMT)

 

Although IMT works as a whole, there are 4 main features of information management that are fundamental:

 

1. Analytics

 

To swiftly identify the underlying causes of service effects, an analytics system mines a gigabyte of operational data. It aids in locating possible bottlenecks, forecasting outages, and promoting improved productivity. Besides, organizations learn more about data or processing problems, bad IT trends, and anomalies, which makes it simpler to take action to prevent system chaos.

 

Undoubtedly, analytics goes beyond internal optics to help businesses better understand their consumers, which in turn influences corporate strategy.

 

2. Cloud Computing

 

Scalability, data security, data recovery services, and more are all provided by cloud services. Making use of cloud increases productivity and saves infrastructure expenses. It also aids the company in every area, from operations to finance, and positions it for future transformational cloud-based solutions.

 

Many businesses use mainframes to house their key business applications, and they handle millions of transactions daily. Modernizing mainframe systems with the aid of the cloud frees up CIOs to concentrate on other issues. Indeed, higher levels of performance and production with lower overhead benefit organizations.

 

3. IoT

 

IoT systems gather and analyze data from gadgets and sensors, assisting in the proactive problem-solving and productivity-improving process. For instance, IT managers rapidly see what the company is doing well and what to improve upon.

 

Businesses further realize the advantages of IoT thanks to cognitive learning. In order to find patterns and give more context than would otherwise be possible, it first aggregates several data sources. This way intelligent sensors also self-diagnose problems and adjust to their surroundings without assistance from a person.

 

4. Cognitive Computing and AI

 

To assist IT administrators in providing higher-quality services, AI systems evaluate data, learn, and foresee issues. Additionally, chatbots powered by AI act as virtual agents that communicate with consumers to address technical difficulties. In the future, cognitive computing is going to be essential for assisting businesses in managing their IT and accelerating innovation.

 

The industry has room to grow, particularly when it comes to accelerating project execution, improving quality, and lowering costs. But IMT now supports practically all business operations in one way or the other. Automation, data processing, and always-on connection have made it possible to make use of capabilities and efficiencies that were previously unthinkable.

 

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About Phaxis

 

Founded in 2002, Phaxis is now one of the country’s leading recruitment firms. Specializing in healthcare, information technology, accounting, financial services recruitment, office support, legal, HR and marketing, Phaxis partners with highly qualified talent and top employers to create rewarding career opportunities that result in long-term success for candidates and employers. Visit us at www.phaxis.com.

Michael Dimitrov

Chief Financial Officer

Michael Dimitrov is Chief Financial Officer of Phaxis, a workforce solutions company. He is based in Boston.

 

An accomplished Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Michael has over 25 years of experience at IT staffing and solutions-based companies and has a demonstrated track record of guiding both large, multi-national public and small, privately-held companies through profitable growth.

 

Michael joined Phaxis predecessor Park Hudson in 2021 as Chief Financial Officer from Hollister Staffing, where he held the same role. Previously, Michael was Chief Operating Officer of MRCC, an IT/software services provider. Prior to that he was Chief Financial Officer of Softworld, a staffing and consulting firm specialized in technology services, banking, government, engineering and clinical and biometric sciences.

 

Earlier in his career, Michael spent time in a variety of finance roles at well-known companies such as Randstad USA, Stride Rite, Wang Laboratories and TAD Resources International.

 

He is a graduate of Plymouth State University with a Bachelors in Management and holds a Masters of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University.

 

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Drew Anson

Chief Delivery Officer

Drew Anson is Chief Delivery Officer at Phaxis, a workforce solutions company based in New York.

 

In this role, Drew leads the delivery and recruiting working closely with the leadership team to define a model that is efficient at supporting the firm’s current needs and is scalable for future growth.

 

Drew is a seasoned executive with more than 13 years of Services & Recruitment experience. In that time, he has supported numerous Fortune 100/500/1000 organizations across industries by providing global workforce solutions, namely resources and thought leadership for large-scale projects, implementations, and managed services.

 

Prior to joining Phaxis predecessor firm Park Hudson in 2021, Drew spent three years at engineering technology and talent solutions firm, Collabera, as Director of Sales in North Carolina. Earlier in his career, he spent nearly eight years at Insight Global, most recently as Sales Manager of the Columbus, OH office.

 

He holds a degree from Central Michigan University in Sales & Marketing.

 

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