5 Reasons We Need a New Approach to Managing Information

It’s time to look at next generation content management.

In the late 1990s, Enterprise Content Management became a mainstream technology (at least for large organizations) by first focusing on early adopters eager to automate high-value, mission-critical, and document-intensive processes critical to gaining competitive advantage. Organizations (and the suppliers who supported them) next applied ECM platforms to solving core back-office automation challenges – like accounts payable, invoice processing, contracts management, and HR administration. Over time, we began to think that ultimately, there would be a convergence in an organization around a single ECM platform. In this tip sheet we will look at how we got here, and where we go now.

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