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Achieve Business Goals with Content Management

Enterprise content management (ECM) focussing on file management had market valued at US$12.94 billion globally in 2018. ECM market is according to increase to 32.3 billion U.S. dollars by 2027 according to Statista facts, figures.

Enterprises normally build their own content management system or buy into an already existing system. Those who bought pre-built solutions for addressing their existing issues need consulting for upgrades. 

Build your own or buy CMS, but consult us

Often enterprises need to expand their in-house capabilities to meet the project requirements by building a solution that fit their requirements. In such scenarios also, they can consult us.

Companies use different content management systems like ECM, DMS, WCMS, DAM to maintain their content, digital assets. If your firm/organisation have intense content and need editing from the team who has less or no programming or web hosting experience, then you need a CMS web application.

Addressing omni channels, silos issues

With increasing size and requirements, omnichannel capabilities becomes a necessity. Yet, shifting multiple CMSs to power different channels of communication or content creates multiple content silos. Organisations silo content when their legacy systems cannot support new functionality to accommodate new types of content. 

To reuse content in multiple systems, firms create copies of content in each CMS. If any content piece needs updating or removal, there is no way to access every version across disconnected systems. Users have a tough time finding content when it is stored in multiple systems leading to loss of valuable time. When content is managed in silos, it is difficult for organisations to capture relationships between content e.g., blogs sharing the same topic as a video. 

This becomes difficult to manage because building your own software in a ‘make’ situation, does not make efficient use of your enterprise’s resources relevant to your core business functions and competency. This is time consuming and costly to maintain content to adapt to changing market scenarios.

Make, buy options for customer retention

In the ‘make’ versus ‘buy’ paradigm reveals the early ‘buy’ options has limited capabilities. This makes organisations to create their own CMS configurations for content management at the cost of multiple CMSs per content channel. 

CMS should address increasing need for omnichannel capabilities and omnipresent users who continuously diversify their online journeys through diverse touchpoints and devices. In such a scenario, you need a solution to capture, manage, deliver, and archive information assets for end users. For both options for our products offer right solutions.

Filenet

Streamline information exchange among users

FileNet content management extends enterprise content management with easy-to-use social collaboration capabilities leveraging the flexibility of mobile computing to untether users from their desktop devices as and when required.

Alfresco

Alfresco, an open-source alternative combines the innovation of open source with the stability of a true enterprise-class platform. The open-source model allows Alfresco to use open-source technologies and contributions from the open-source community cost-wise and quality-wise.

Our enterprise content management solutions lower storage costs, defines common classifications to facilitate shared access, and automate operational processes.