What is the DIMEC™ Advantage?
Relationship, Accountability, and Project Life Cycle Data Management Support
DIMEC Advantage means less oversight and no data management for your skilled team members. Those involved in external relations simply forward us their meeting notes, emails, agreements, contracts, and payment confirmations. Our analysts then take that information, convert it to small but powerful bits of data, and present it back to you and your organization. It will be accessible via reports directly on each team member's desktop and mobile device.
DIMEC Brings You
Instant Recall. Whether you are a team of two, or two hundred, you can instantly recall everything that has been said by or to an external stakeholder over many years, including all commitments and action items- something sorting through emails and notes will not afford you. You will have the power to search by several metrics including individual name, organization name, date and time, method of communication, team member, type of comment, and keyword to find exactly what you need within a matter of seconds.
Ability to Understand. DIMEC tracks up to 50 different types of data for each record, offering up thousands of different ways to sort, filter, analyze, and report on your relationship, accountability, and project information. With customized dashboards, your team can instantly understand the information that is important to them, empowering them to perform their job with stronger due diligence.
Targeted Strategies. Anecdotal assessments are strong in teams of one, and the ability of the human mind to analyze situations and calculate appropriate reactions should not be understated. However, when people come together to understand input, then strategize a path forward, it becomes essential to leverage DIMEC's reporting and analysis. Even if the final calculated strategy is similar to what your team savant dreamed up, now you (and your boss) can understand the ‘why’. Remember what your math teacher said- “show your work!”
Institutional Memory. Organizations own the relationships their employees have with external parties. Sorting through emails or notes takes time and leaves gaps in knowledge. As unfortunate as employee turnover can be, every organization owes itself - and those with whom they interact - the ability to immediately pick up where a departed employee left off. They must protect – and enhance – their institutional memory.