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Relating to Information Management
Arrow Forty-three percent of employees agree that there is too much duplication of effort in accessing and distributing information internally.

European Business Connection Survey, 1997 Novell
Arrow By 2004, the pile of information on your desk wil be 30% paper and 70% electronic, compared to 90% paper today.

News Release, 1995, Xplor International
Arrow Executives spend as much as 3 hours every week looking for missing information.

News Release, 1995, Xplor International
Arrow Almost half of employees in Europe admit to often finding themselves looking for information that should be easy to find.

European Business Connection Survey, 1997 Novell
Arrow • Half of UK companies believe that their information is more valuable than their brand names and trademarks.

• Nearly one in four regards information as their most important asset.

• One in ten values information more highly than their people.
Information as an Asset: The Invisible Goldmine, Reuters, 1995

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