Pros And Cons Of Electronic Records Management System

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This article have the own purpose. The purpose of this article is to present a case study where standardized case handling processes have been transferred from a manual system to an IT system. It is also demonstrate the implication of implementing an electronic records management system (ERMS) in an environment. The approach of this article is, the methodology is a case study with first hand data observations, meetings, log files and secondary data or it will call reports. While the implementation of the ERMS is limited, but it has led to increased efficiency and effectiveness of government, increased transparency and accountability in decision making and delivery of public services efficiently and cost effectively to the public. The
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Electronic record management system commonly referred to as ERMS. System specifically designed to manage the maintenance and disposition of record. They maintain the content, context, structure and links between records to enable their accessibility and support their value as evidence. There are various pros and cons of ERMS carried out in Pakistani. But local Pakistani government has managed to carry out electronic records management system that has a distinct advantage. For example, their ERMS pros as streamlined processes, efficiency and productivity. Furthermore, in Pakistani they have a rich tradition in the public sector. Example; accuracy, speed, ambiguity and the reduction of friction in control. With the advantages in running the ERMS, we can take a lot of benefit from the good he has done. The article begins with a selected review of IS implementation literature, including the framework used for interpreting the implementation of ERMS in the local government in Pakistan, followed by a presentation of the concept of an ERMS and its implications for public sector institutions. The research method use, details about the case study organization and an analysis and discussion of the case are presented. The article ends with concluding remarks and a discussion of the implications of the
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