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Special Report on

Enterprise Content Management Software

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Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software provides the information infrastructure for  large enterprises, both internally and externally. And although most ECM developers will eagerly say their software is “global” — not all software is equal when it comes to supporting all languages and locales. As one point of reference, SharePoint 2010 will be available in 40 languages by year end. Alan Pelz-Sharpe, Principal Analyst and Director of The Real Story Group , has been covering the ECM industry for years and I recently asked him a few questions specific to the globalization of ECM software. Here is the interview:
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Enterprise Content Management and Information Presentation
Content is useless unless it’s used for managing the business. Managers must get relevant information presented in ways that bring out its significance. Only then can they make informed business decisions, instead of decisions based on a “hunch”. This article explores the information-presentation, or delivery, component of Enterprise Content Management. Captured content must be transformed into meaningful information in a proper format and layout that make it easy to comprehend. The information must then be published to get it to the intended person or group, or at least made accessible for them. ... market research, surveys and trends
Time for the Training Department to be Taken Seriously
For those of you who read my blog, have seen any of my blog comments, or follow me on twitter, you’ll know that I’m a fairly big critic of training departments that still tend to disconnect themselves from the rest of the enterprise, be it stand-alone learning content development processes, and now much to my chagrin, siloed social learning initiatives. Today, I’m going to talk about learning content management (ECM) and enterprise content management (LCM). The enterprise content management software market currently exceeds $4B, so it’s quite clear that the vast majority of organizations place strong emphasis on their ECM ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

Gartner Says Worldwide Enterprise Content Management Software ...
Due to the increasing need for companies to manage content at the enterprise level, the worldwide enterprise content management (ECM) software market is expected to grow more than 12 percent per year through 2010, from $2.6 billion in 2006 to more than $4.2 billion in 2010, according to Gartner, Inc. In 2007, worldwide ECM revenue is projected to total $2.9 billion, a 12.8 percent increase from 2006 (see Table 1). The vast majority of the information a company has is unstructured data residing in word processing documents, presentations, rich media files, spreadsheets and other file formats. Companies must make this content ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
EMC to snap up Documentum for $1.7 billion - CNET News
Storage maker EMC plans to acquire Documentum, which makes content management software, in a deal initially valued at $1.7 billion, the companies announced Tuesday. Under the terms of the stock swap, EMC will offer 2.18 shares of its stock for each share of Documentum. That puts a nearly 29 percent premium on Documentum's stock, based on the companies' closing prices Monday. The final value of the deal will be based on an average of the two companies' shares relative to their closing prices before and after the buyout was announced. Company executives said they expect the deal to close during the first quarter of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
Missouri River Energy Services Selects Open Text to Manage Content Growth ...
South Dakota-Based Regional Power Organization Faces Increasing Regulatory Paperwork Leading to Need for Full-Featured, Easy-to-Use ECM Solution WATERLOO, ON , June 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Open Text(TM) Corporation (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), the preeminent provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software, today announced that Missouri River Energy Services (MRES), a regional energy organization based in South Dakota , has selected Open Text ECM Suite, Content Lifecycle Management to help manage the growing volumes of content stemming from organizational growth and increased regulatory requirements. MRES is a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
ACE Travel Insurance Partners with Open Text To Deliver Web Solutions
Media releases are provided as is and have not been edited or checked for accuracy. Any queries should be directed to the company issuing the release. Enterprise content management specialist, StoneBridge Systems, managed the implementation and online strategy consultants, Boomworks, provided design and usability expertise. Sydney, 15 June 2010 - Open Text™ Corporation, (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), the pre-eminent provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software, today announced that ACE Travel Insurance has deployed the first of a series of new online travel insurance points of sale powered by Open Text's web content ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Documentum enterprise content management software (ECM) enables ...
Documentum enterprise content management software. (ECM) enables people to collaboratively create, manage, deliver, and archive the content that drives ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
BY08 - Enterprise Content Management System (ECMS)
Enterprise Content Management System (ECMS). If "no," please explain why this investment is not included in the agency's EA Transition Strategy? ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
About Xerox DocuShare | Enterprise Content Management Software
DocuShare provides simple, easy to use functionality that brings powerful enterprise content management capabilities to every person in your organization. Now every knowledge worker can speed business processes and bring greater productivity to any document-intensive activity. This enterprise content management software is subject to the agreement set forth in the license . Please read carefully. By installing or otherwise using this software, you agree to be bound by the license. See the Release Notes for a description of the ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Can anyone please tell me what is IBMs FileNet? - Yahoo! Answers
FileNet was a company that IBM acquired in 2006 that provides Enterprise Content Management software. Their current flagship product is P8 Business Process Management suite. It provides a number of different services that are used to manage document lifecycle (creation, modification, access control, version control) and work flow (getting the document to the people who use it) as well as a repository for storing the documents so they are accessible to users of the system. There is an older FileNet product, Image Services, that was strongly biased to just document imaging. It doesn't have all of the same features ...
What is the difference between Alfresco, joomla, Drupal | LinkedIn ...
I see Drupal as a code base upon which many modules are built exploring the extent of what is possible within the system, and it hat been touched. Joomla is much the same but scaled down and some say easier to use. Alfresco could have been built on Drupal. It is document sharing and CMS and social platform. All of which drupal offers but drupal offers MUCH more. Alfresco has done a good job of modeling its UI process for the user for these defined purposes. If that's all you need, I'd definitely consider it. If, however, you need more, drupal is your answer. posted May 21, 2009 Sr. Business Analyst at TVA see all my ...