Information & Knowledge Management Services
Pragmatic services that get results!
All aspects of IM and KM covered by our top notch team.
Information Management Reviews and/or Strategy
Assess your current capabilities and information. Identify risks and build plans to improve.
Step back and plan for a digital future. Take into account the changing environment and what customers and staff expect in how they interact.
Get the best from Microsoft's cloud. Assess where you are up to today and create a roadmap for the future
What our customers say
"ILC provided us with unsolicited but enormously useful advice on the design of our IM systems.
The generosity with which this advice was provided is one point that separates ILC from the others".
Matthew Brougham, Pharmac
"We used the services of Information Leadership to help us find a solution for our old paper records. We worked with Meta Mair who we found to be very practical in her approach.
She had in-depth knowledge of the obligation of government department to Archives NZ and acted as a conduit between ourselves and Archives. She reapplied for the review our disposal schedule to change the definition of terms therein using other government disposal schedules as a case study.
This innovative solution that Meta recommended and implemented has saved us potentially millions of dollars in cost for imaging and storage."
Michael Brosnahan, Operations Manager Business Registries, MED
"We employed Information Leadership to undertake an independent assessment of our EDRMS. The report clearly identified the strengths and weaknesses of our implementation. It identified opportunities for enhancements and recommendations on how to carry them out.
ILC willingness to get alongside staff at all levels within our organisation emphasised their very professional and knowledgeable approach. Their report has enabled us to further develop and progress our EDRMS with confidence."
Otorohanga District Council
"The key advantage of working with Information Leadership is their ability to transfer knowledge to staff and to use internal staff skills.There is almost an expectation that your staff will learn and carry on.
This is good because some vendors just come in, do their bit and walk away. The knowledge transfer is the key thing that Information Leadership does. It is a key point of difference."
Sam Fitzgerald, Client Services Manager, Open Polytechnic