At the Avtopribor when implementing the EDS treated on its own


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At the "Avtopribor" employs more than 2,600 people, of which about 1,000 employees have to deal with all sorts of documentation. With such a paper-intensive enterprise there is a need for automation. Recently, the plant has been implemented ECM-system Directum production of the same company, established on the basis of units of NGOs "Computer".
Company DIRECTUM — Russian developer of software for electronic document management.

"Avtopribor" specializes in designing and manufacturing different types of indicators and sensors, combinations of devices, systems, windshield wipers, speedometer, tachometer, ammeter, pressure gauges and other components for the production of Russian transport companies as well as foreign manufacturers producing cars in Russia. In particular, "Avtopribor" produces components for GAZ, AvtoVAZ, GAZ, Ford, Nissan and many others.

The company has accumulated several reasons to switch to electronic documents. It was necessary to reduce the time spent by employees harmonization of documents and to simplify the control of the execution of orders. Therefore, in first place in the list of tasks was automation of organizational-administrative workflow. Also, it was necessary to create a digital archive of documents to reduce the search time and organize important information management unaccounted flow of documents. In addition, employees need to be involved in the process of harmonization of the quality management system documents, which operates the plant, as well as automate some of the other processes.

To test different solutions for document automation took three months. As a result, specialists Administration Service information resources of the plant stopped on a system of electronic document management and interaction management Directum, as the most suitable in terms of functionality and price decision.

The plant has decided to implement the EDS on its own. The project started in late 2008 and began by making a list of processes that require automation and prioritization. Then, the status of each process was analyzed, the group was formed, including the owner of the process and information technology specialists, drawn up a schedule of activities for the project.

The first phase of the implementation was successful, now the system is under continuous development since the business processes to be transferred to the DMS plant, quite a lot.

To date, the system has more than 400 employees of the plant.

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