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Search Results:  Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Software (25)
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    SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. Launched in 2001, SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially among organizations. SharePoint Server SharePoint Server is provided to organizations that seek greater control over SharePoint's behavior or design. This product is installed on customers' IT infrastructure. It receives fewer frequent updates but has access...

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    Provides organizations with a unified repository to house unstructured content, and deliver it to business users in the proper format.

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    Oxcyon and Centralpoint are used by over 350 Client worldwide, and appear in over 23 Gartner Publications, Hype Cycles and were featured in one Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms Centralpoint Server is a platform technology, which enables your organization to easily create and manage enterprise content management portals. This application gives your organization the tools to manage as many portals as you need to for your market. Typically Centralpoint is licensed per portal, but can also be...

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    ECM (Enterprise Content Management) puts business content to work and allows organizations to realize new value. Collaborating in the cloud, managing records, mitigating risk, capturing documents, improving employee productivity.

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    OnBase enterprise content management software combines integrated document management, business process management and records management in a single application. Whether deployed as a hosted or premises-based solution, OnBase allows organizations to automate business processes and reduce the time and cost of performing important business functions through the management and control of content.

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    Xerox DocuShare's Content Management System gives you the easiest method to manage all of your paper and digital documents

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    Agility is a Headless CMS, allowing you get to choose any programming language while also getting the flexibility, speed and power that comes from lightweight APIs. From there, add a tonne of features like Page Management, Ecommerce and E-ticketing to name a few and Agility becomes a full Digital Experience Platform. This saves you time, removes limitations and allows you to create seamless digital experiences across all of your digital channels.

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    A flexible and open CMS that that drives relevant experiences for every digital visitor. Bloomreach Experience Manager (brXM) is the enterprise solution that makes it easy to share content across teams and touchpoints, enabling marketers to update once, publish everywhere. The API-first architecture makes it easy to integrate with other business solutions and deliver content to mobile apps, IoT devices, and SPAs. brXM helps you create, scale, and personalize an exceptional digital experience.

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    Bynder is the easiest way to professionally manage your digital content. Teams get on the same page for real-time collaborative edits and onbrand approvals, easy file sharing and storage, auto-formatting for channels and file types. It provides one central cloud-based hub for all branded company materials and messaging. Bynder's award winning software is used by global brands such as Spotify, PUMA and KLM

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    Episerver Digital Experience Cloud is a content management solution (CMS) that combines content, commerce, multi-channel marketing, and predictive analytics in a single platform to work full-circle for businesses online from intelligent real-time personalization and lead-generation through to conversion and repeat business with unprecedented ease-of-use.

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    Convert paper documents to centrally stored electronic files that can be accessed by many EMR systems and business workflow tools.

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    Infinity ECM is an Award-winning Business Management platform that brings a fast IT digital enterprise transformation and includes 15+ fully integrated systems modular subsystems that every modern business needs. Combines in one platform & one interface solutions such as: CRM, DMS, RMS+CMS, CMSx2, ITSM, EAM, KMS, BPM, GRC, IAM The Infinity ECM platform has won the prestigious EuroCloud Europe Award for Best European System for 2017. Info Novitas  is a company founded in 2010 by professionals wi...

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    Make work easy with MangoApps Content & Knowledge Management Platform - a central place to store, share, find documents & other company knowledge. With an intelligent employee platform at its core, MangoApps is designed for & serves organizations with 50-50,000 employees in a broad range of industries from retail, healthcare, manufacturing, not-for-profit, professional services, financial services, media, technology and the public sector.

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    M-Files provides next generation intelligent enterprise content management that improves business performance by helping people find and use information more effectively. Improve workflow, increase information reuse, eliminate redundancy, securely control content, and avoid conflicts and data loss all in a single, intuitive content management solution that integrates with Windows Explorer. Thousands of organizations in over 100 countries use M-Files for managing their business information needs

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    Open source enterprise content management system developed in Java, designed to collaborate and manage documents and contents at the enterprise level.It provides features to manage the complet life cycle of documents (classification tools,live edit,version control,communication tools) implement business processes ( automations, workflows, OCR,scanner client, digital signature...)It has not technical barriers to connect with 3rd apps and has modules to meet specific needs . Any other can be added

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    Veeva Vault is a true cloud enterprise content management platform and suite of applications specifically built for life sciences. Veeva Vault is the only content management platform with the unique capability to manage both content and data. Because all Vault applications are built on the same core platform, companies can ease the flow of documents across regions and departments, eliminating system, site, and country silos and streamlining their end-to-end clinical processes.

  • Alfresco Content Services provides open, flexible, scalable Enterprise Content Management (ECM) capabilities. Content is accessible wherever and however you work and easily integrates with other business applications. When Alfresco Content Services is combined with the platforms extensive Alfresco Process Services, your content works for you and business flows. Adding context to content supports better decision making, improves productivity and enhances information governance.

  • Confluence is an open and shared workspace that connects people to the ideas and information they need to build momentum and do their best work. Unlike document and file-sharing tools, Confluence is open and collaborative, helping you create, manage, and collaborate on anything from product launch plans to marketing campaigns. Find work easily with dedicated and organized spaces, connect across teams, and integrate seamlessly with the Atlassian suite or customize with apps from our Marketplace.

  • DocFinity ECM software enables organizations to capitalize on existing applications and increase efficiencies. Automate file categorization and accelerate turnaround with intelligent capture. Comply with regulations and control document access, security, and retention with content and records management. Automate processes and the routing of information with robust BPM/workflow and eForms functionality. Integrate line-of-business systems and silos. And measure your success with dashboards.

  • Designed for midsize organizations of 100-1,000+ employees, DocStar ECM is the best enterprise content management & business process automation solution. It empowers growing businesses to make better decisions and delivers fast ROI with intelligent data capture, workflow, and retrieval. Integrated with ERP, accounting, HRIS, EMR or other business application, DocStar ECM helps you automatically manage the entire lifecycle of your content. Contact us for a free custom demonstration.

  • DocuPhase provides software and services for Enterprise Automation. Our platform includes everything an organization needs to execute on their Digital Transformation, Process Improvement, and Growth strategies. We are the automation experts. Partner with the DocuPhase team to transform the way you work. Lets get started. For more information, visit docuphase.com.

  • Elium helps you build a central hub for scaling teams that need to organise and access crucial content to get work done. Elium is a modern knowledge management solution that allows an organisation to better capitalise and grow its teams around key documentation. - Create, curate and format rich content in a blink - Organise content with tags and navigate quickly through spaces - Empower teams with structured templates - Enforce confidentiality and quality with access permissions

  • MarcomCentral is a cloud-based marketing portal designed to help enterprise organizations store, customize, and deliver up-to-date marketing assets to corporate stakeholders around the globe. With dynamic marketing templates, advanced search functions, in-depth analytics, and user permissions, the portal functions as a one-stop shop for your team, helping to ensure your corporate messaging stays consistent and on brand across every level of your organization. Learn more today!

  • Seismic is the recognized leader in sales and marketing enablement, equipping sales teams with the knowledge, messaging, and automatically personalized content proven to be the most effective for any buyer interaction. Powerful content intelligence enables marketers to prove and improve their impact on the bottom line, revealing what is really driving revenue and what needs to be adjusted. The result for more than 600 global enterprises is better win rates, larger deals, and higher retention.

  • Its for power users who need a CMS that is so nimble and flexible, you might literally freak out a little. And were not done. We arent standing still because technology evolves and we want Zephyr to set pace. Transparency, killer support, and direct access is a big part of our commitment to partner agencies. You deserve front row access to the brains behind Zephyr, and thats what youll get.

Enterprise Content management Systems

Content management solutions are divided between two categories: those that offer services for publishing content on a website, and those that provide infrastructure for organizing company documents. Add to this the variety of software for highly specialized workflows, such as case or contract management, and the process of selecting the right content management system (CMS) gets tricky.

What Is a Content Management System?
Content management systems are software solutions used to author, organize and store content for a business. “Content,” itself, can refer to a huge range of things: from documents for systems of record (e.g., birth certificates for a government agency) to invoices for a services company to working office documents, such as Excel spreadsheets. Moreover, “content” doesn’t just mean traditional, text-based documents—it can also refer to multimedia files, the written copy on a website or content generated on social media.

The CMS market broadly divides into two main product groups:

Web content management. First, there are CMS for websites, often specified as “Web-CMS (W-CMS).” As generally understood, a W-CMS helps create published and unpublished content within a website that is intended for public distribution. The W-CMS platform can facilitate a blog and an online store, among other types of Web-based content.

Document management. Second, there are document management systems, sometimes labeled “DMS” to distinguish them from W-CMS. A DMS deals, for the most part, with electronic or printed content that has not been created for public distribution. Some examples would be internal documents that help a company function (e.g., company reports), or client-facing documents that facilitate transactions, such as contracts and invoices. Companies looking to store and serve documents more securely should consider using a virtual data room.Content Management systems will typically include the following (but may do more in some cases)

Facilitates online authoring and publishing, including features such as text editors, Web page creation modules, blogging modules and workflow management.
Helps you create and maintain an online store.
Helps create with transactional content, including forms for clients to complete when submitting data or conducting an online purchase.
Social networking
Allows readers to interact with published content, including commenting and social sharing features.
A Web-CMS can be also used to create a private internal website for distributing content amongst employees.
Application Categories: Document Management Software

Document capture & image processing
Helps you scan print documents and images and convert them into digital form.
Digital asset management
Enables the upload, storage and organization of media, such as videos and photos.
Case management
Helps you create documents for a business process, such as a claim, proposal, request or complaint. Workflow functions automate the process by generating forms, auto-populating fields and allowing for review and approvals.
Contract management
Helps track and automate transactional content, such as mortgages, forms and commercial contracts, throughout the document life cycle.
Records management
Helps with the organization, storage, movement, archiving and retrieval of company records.
Business process management
Supports advanced document-tracking features targeted at high-volume, content-centric businesses. Often includes
tools for workflow management
and business intelligence.
Reporting & analytics
Identifies and presents key insights extracted from a company’s unstructured content, including reports for government compliance.

What Is Enterprise Content Management?

Buyers searching for CMS solutions will often encounter the term “enterprise content management,” and a variety of products that fall under that umbrella. ECM is a qualifying term for CMS solutions that, in general, are designed for organizations with larger-scale needs.There are a few ways to think of what makes a content management solution an “enterprise” tool:

Larger companies. "Enterprise" is a term often used to refer to very large companies (as opposed to SMBs, or "small to mid-sized businesses"). If a company is larger, it naturally produces a higher volume of content, and thus may require a higher degree of functionality. Conversely, “enterprise” vendors are those that have experience with, and have created systems to serve, high-volume content needs. Note, however, that an ECM solution may still be an option for smaller businesses that have a content-centric business model—especially since some ECM vendors have new pricing structures that provide a gateway for SMBs.Company-wide scale. The term “enterprise” can refer to an organization that is structured as multiple departments that work together towards a unified business strategy. “Enterprise” content management, therefore, indicates a company-wide solution, as opposed to software designed for individual units or departments. Moreover, ECM can refer to company-wide strategies or best practices for content management.DMS affiliation. Finally, most experts we talked to agree that “enterprise content management” is a term strongly connected to document management products; thus, enterprise content management solutions are less often affiliated with W-CMS, or website management.

CMS Use Case: Case Management Application
Let’s say you work for a large gym chain, where your company’s content is currently distributed between individual workers’ computers at local gyms, in electronic records on the company servers and in your centralized customer relationship management (CRM) system. When a customer calls to make a complaint, past interactions might be trapped in someone’s email inbox, in paper notes or only in employees' memories. Thus, even if the customer has called previously, you may have to start over each time a customer calls, which will slow issue resolution.

However, if you had case management software—a type of a document management solution—you could pull up the customer’s account and see every meeting, phone call or email exchange your team has ever had regarding that complaint. You might also see a record, such as a gym contract, attached to the case to help you decide how to proceed with the complaint in question.