aving been in this industry for more than 15 years, I can say that 2004 has the promise of being one of the most exciting years in the content/document management industry. The recent surge of interest in regulatory compliance, corporate governance and legal risk initiatives has legitimized content management as another mandatory infrastructure application required to operate a business-just like ERP, payroll or similar business systems.—KM World. Camden, March 2004.
The traditional benefits of improved productivity, secure archival and reduced operating costs deliver added multifaceted ROI and business value.
The recent consolidation of vendors and solutions will undoubtedly continue in 2004, giving customers the benefit of selecting from financially strong and secure companies that can deliver mature technology solutions combined with long-term viability and industry commitment.
Monday, October 24, 2005
Content Management Optimism
At EMC's Legato Software, Director of Product Marketing Mike Ball commented: