What is the value of information to your organisation?

Manage information as an asset

Managing the information lifecycle

Success in managing the value of information to your organisation will directly rely on having a clear vision and plan on how to manage information throughout its lifecycle.

The principle of "managing information as an asset" must be clearly understood and defined in the business context as part of an Information Governance Strategy; otherwise, it will become yet another initiative with little chance of success.

Information Governance Strategy

The purpose of an IG Strategy is to support the business justification that underpins an organisation's desire to achieve its corporate objectives, as set out in its corporate plan.

A successful IM Strategy ensures that information is seen as a corporate asset and managed appropriate to its organisational value. Information is woven through the fabric of any organisation.

Information Governance and its components

  • Information Architecture across multiple repositories e.g. ECM, SharePoint, knowledge bases.
  • Integrating content repositories with line of business systems.
  • Document migration strategies.
  • Better reporting and analytics of "Big Data".
  • Managing structured information and unstructured information.
  • Searching and Finding information across multiple repositories.
  • Collaboration and sharing of information within and across organisational boundaries

Identify tangible business benefits

Develop a strategy that aligns the value of information with the strategic priorities in your organisation.

Team of specialists

Working with our team of specialist consultants, identify the critical objectives and challenges for your information management needs.

Develop clear plans on how an Objective solution can support your transformation program.

Pragmatic advice

We deliver practical and realistic information governance strategies, based on hundreds of implementations.

Proven methodologies

Leverage information management frameworks and best practice to identify the capabilities needed to govern information effectively.

Quantify the financial return that can be achieved with these capabilities.

A collaborative approach

Our advice is not "strategy blue sky thinking" but guidance that is collaborative, realistic in approach and importantly, achievable.

What to expect

Align business and IT teams - gain consensus on information management and governance initiatives.

Develop a compelling business case - move your project forward based on industry-recognised processes.

Business transformation - illustrate how information strategy and solution aligns to strategic imperatives.

Accelerate decisions - gain approval from your Boards or Committees.

Evaluate and prioritise - identify the business and technology initiatives where sound information governance will deliver results.


Lay the foundation for information governance with services to suit you

Define your future information management architecture

A clear, pragmatic plan

Develop an Information Governance Strategy through a 4-6 week consultative process.

Plan how you will govern and manage the breadth of repositories, processes and information assets, while minimising the impact on user productivity.

Information Governance maturity framework

Assess the currrent and future state of your information governance.

Information Architecture

Define business and technical information architecture (IA), including integration and data migration strategies.

Change Management

Explore approaches to raise awareness and adoption of information management.

Business Case

Embark on gaining approval of a Strategic Information Management Strategy across your organisation.

Extract additional value from your current content management systems

Optimise your current platform

A business review enables you to maximise the return on your investment in your existing Information Governance platform, and improve productivity with existing resources.

Practical advice

A short workshop-based engagement with findings and recommendations presented to senior stakeholders and formally documented in a report.


  • How to increase system usage and improve user adoption
  • Opportunities for automation, process improvement and integration
  • Information Governance roadmap

Governance solutions for information, processes and collaborative workspaces.

Robust governance across all information


Streamline content-driven processes


Leverage information and processes across your enterprise.


Extend your information governance to the cloud


Redaction software for security conscious organisations


Digitally transform plan approval collaboration


Author, verify and publish on-brand content, with ease


Helping drive digital transformation through content

Putting information to work, so you can get back to business.

About Objective

Objective creates information and process governance solutions that are effortless to use and enable organisations to confidently advance their own digital transformation.

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Solutions for regulated industries

Designed for regulated industries, these solutions turn the imperative of compliance, accountability and governance into an opportunity to streamline business processes and deliver the innovative services that customers expect.

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Software for the modern workplace

With a heritage in enterprise content management (ECM), Objective's solutions extend governance across the spectrum of the modern workplace; underpinning information, processes and collaborative work-spaces.

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