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BEP Systems enters into Partnership with Repstor

BEP Systems (BEP) – the Information Governance and Content Management consultancy has entered into a strategic partnership with Repstor to provide an e-mail management solution to its SharePoint programme.

Quote startI am delighted to be working with BEP. BEP are able to bring to bear expert information governance policies and procedures that compliment our technology set

Alan McMillen
CEO Repstor LtdQuote end

London (PRWEB UK) 23 July 2012

BEP is a lead consultancy firm in all areas of Information Governance and Content Management. Specifically BEP specializes in ensuring organisations are compliant when it comes to data retention rules and records management policies, coupled with the implementation of SharePoint technology.

During a typical Corporate SharePoint delivery however, often the management of e-mail can prove a dilemma for users. For many organisations outlook is the primary day to day interface users utilize for managing their content. Once a corporate Electronic Content Management system is implemented – it is often a challenge to get users to adopt the new world and maintain the discipline of managing their key documents on the new platform.

Working with Repstor, BEP has found a solution to this issue. Having laid down the foundations of SharePoint in an effective compliant manner as the corporate ECM platform, BEP can implement the Repstor tool to allow users to contribute and manage email and provide a familiar way for users to access their content. Implemented within the outlook interface, the Repstor tool allows users to use many standard outlook features such as drag and drop as well as providing automated filing assistance for email and other content, seamlessly storing content in the SharePoint content management system, allowing the users to continue to work within the environment in which they are comfortable.

In short the Repstor tool helps organisations embed the discipline of ensuring that both structured and unstructured information is properly tagged, filed and shared, all via the familiar outlook interface, and without having to implement large change management programmes. Additionally it uses the existing back end systems such as SharePoint for the management of documents, files and email to ensure that corporate records are captured and shared as they are generated.