Category Archives: Enterprise content management (ECM)

May 9, 2014

Integrating electronic content management products

What is most important to you when you assess an electronic content management (ECM) product? For most people the most important selection criterion is ‘ease of use’. In a recent survey this was a factor for nearly 60% of respondents. However, a significant trend in ECM appraisal is the rising importance of how well ECM […]

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April 13, 2014

Electronic document management in Texas

As well as businesses in Texas, State departments are progressively adopting electronic document management (EDM) software and systems. Initiatives are in place to capture and store paper and electronic documents in a way that makes information easier to access and readily available to approved staff and external stakeholders. Enhanced rules-based workflow also improves staff productivity […]

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April 4, 2014

EDM data capture storage and retrieval

Simple data capture, storage and retrieval with Electronic Document Management (EDM) improves workflow, productivity and profits Electronic Document Management Systems (EDM) enable companies to digitise, index, store, process and retrieve paper and electronic documents and configure information to optimise workflow. An organisation’s processes are smoother and staff are more productive when information flows freely. It […]

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October 31, 2013

Enterprise content management (ECM), USA and UK: from point solutions to intelligence systems

Enterprise content management systems generally have at their core what have become largely standardized functions, such as document management, scanning and data capture. Today, progressive ECM vendors are embracing re-definitions of the term ‘content’ and extending the capability of their ECM systems to business process management (BPM) and enabling new ways of managing company ‘knowledge’. […]

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