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Quick Scan

Fast insight into the state of your content

Identify pain points, assess your current content situation and get started with
a clear roadmap for your content mapping.

Minimum time, maximum impact

The clues to your current content status and room for improvement lie scattered across your teams, software and procedures.

Our Quick Scan discovery process enables our business analysts to deep-dive into the current status of your documentation, how it comes about, and its practical application. Our consultant will go on-site for a short period to analyze missing elements, redundancies and inconsistencies in both documentation and the procedures behind it. The result? An actionable overview and roadmap.

Create leverage and take action on the roadmap that comes included with every Quick Scan.

Create leverage and take action on the roadmap that comes included with every Quick Scan.

Create leverage and take action on the roadmap that comes included with every Quick Scan.

Create leverage and take action on the roadmap that comes included with every Quick Scan.

Create leverage and take action on the roadmap that comes included with every Quick Scan.

Fast and commitment-free

A Quick Scan is a first-step analysis that introduces a Pilot Project or training plan. It consists of on-site analysis and interviews by our specialized consultants.

Our Quick Scan has proven time and time again to be the humble first step towards saving hundreds of hours in the long run.

Francis Declercq,Information Mapping CEO

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About the Information Mapping Method

Information Mapping is a research-based and widely acknowledged process for writing and structuring reader-focused information. It is founded on four key components:
  • Information Types

    A limited set of categories helps you to analyze texts and label them according to their function.

  • Research-Based Principles

    They allow you to organize information effectively, so it is easy to digest and remember.

  • Units of Information

    Chunkable info enables you to create standardized information units with a specific purpose.

  • Presentation Modes

    Allows you to format different types of information in a comprehensive overview.