3 years, 1 month ago

Forrester’s 2016 ECM Panel Survey Is Open – Call for Participation

Forrester’s survey for ECM decision-makers is open, and we’re looking for your participation! Take this opportunity to provide your perspectives on the key vendors, the challenges, and the opportunities you see in this technology market. This survey is intended for ECM decision-makers or influencers in end user organizations. This is not for ECM vendors or systems integrators . . . but vendors and consultants — we would love it if you could share this survey invitation with your customers. The survey will remain open until end of day Monday August 1, 2016.

The survey will take approx 15-20 minutes to complete.

Why is your input important? Forrester uses this data to:

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4 years, 1 month ago

Forrester’s Annual ECM Panel Survey, 2015. Call for Participation — Deadline July 31, 2015

Forrester’s survey for ECM decision-makers is open, and we’re looking for your participation! Take this opportunity to provide your perspectives on the key vendors, the challenges, and the opportunities you see in this technology market. This survey is intended for ECM decision-makers or influencers in end user organizations. This is not for ECM vendors or systems integrators . . . but vendors and consultants — we would love it if you could share this survey invitation with your customers. The survey will remain open until end of day Friday, July 31, 2015.

Why is your input important? Forrester uses this data to:

  • Keep our Content Management Playbook fresh and relevant. Clients who are embarking on a new or updated content initiative rely on these interconnected reports to understand the landscape and market direction and build out the business cases, continuous improvement plans, and the org charts to succeed.
  • Track the trends and emerging use cases for ECM — for both business and transactional content services. Where are investments being made? How is cloud shaping your road map? What are the top challenges facing your programs today?
  • Educate clients and nonclients alike via research, blog posts, webinars, and industry presentations. This survey data helps us validate and verify where ECM markets are evolving and aid you in making better investment decisions.

Please take this survey if you are a practitioner inside the private or public sector and make or influence decisions around ECM and/or archiving platforms. Survey participants will be provided with the survey results summary slide deck, if desired.

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4 years, 1 month ago

Forrester’s Annual ECM Panel Survey, 2015. Call for Participation — Deadline July 31, 2015

Forrester’s survey for ECM decision-makers is open, and we’re looking for your participation! Take this opportunity to provide your perspectives on the key vendors, the challenges, and the opportunities you see in this technology market. This survey is intended for ECM decision-makers or influencers in end user organizations. This is not for ECM vendors or systems integrators . . . but vendors and consultants — we would love it if you could share this survey invitation with your customers. The survey will remain open until end of day Friday, July 31, 2015.

Why is your input important? Forrester uses this data to:

  • Keep our Content Management Playbook fresh and relevant. Clients who are embarking on a new or updated content initiative rely on these interconnected reports to understand the landscape and market direction and build out the business cases, continuous improvement plans, and the org charts to succeed.
  • Track the trends and emerging use cases for ECM — for both business and transactional content services. Where are investments being made? How is cloud shaping your road map? What are the top challenges facing your programs today?
  • Educate clients and nonclients alike via research, blog posts, webinars, and industry presentations. This survey data helps us validate and verify where ECM markets are evolving and aid you in making better investment decisions.

Please take this survey if you are a practitioner inside the private or public sector and make or influence decisions around ECM and/or archiving platforms. Survey participants will be provided with the survey results summary slide deck, if desired.

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4 years, 1 month ago

The Rebirth Of iManage: A New Company With A Familiar Name Re-Enters The ECM Market

Another week, another divestiture in the content management and collaboration market. A new – or more accurately, a re-newed – player enters the Enterprise Content Management market this week as iManage and HP make an apparently amicable split. Executives with longstanding roots in the iManage and Interwoven businesses, including Neil Araujo and Dan Carmel, have executed a management buyout to spin a revitalized iManage business out of HP’s Software division. iManage’s press release is here.

Customers and partners still have a strong brand recognition of “iManage,” despite being covered under layers of rebranding through multiple acquisitions over the past decade. Loyal clients, particularly the legal, accounting/audit, and consulting industries have stuck with the document management platform despite the turmoil of the Interwoven-Autonomy-HP eras and the encroachment of competitors such as Microsoft SharePoint, perennial nemesis OpenText eDocs, and alternatives such as NetDocuments and Worldox.

The new iManage will launch with an established installed base of approximately 3,000 customers, including 80% of the top US law firms, and 400 corporate legal departments, according to its July 21 press release.

What does this mean for customers and partners of the new iManage?

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4 years, 1 month ago

The Rebirth Of iManage: A New Company With A Familiar Name Re-Enters The ECM Market

Another week, another divestiture in the content management and collaboration market. A new – or more accurately, a re-newed – player enters the Enterprise Content Management market this week as iManage and HP make an apparently amicable split. Executives with longstanding roots in the iManage and Interwoven businesses, including Neil Araujo and Dan Carmel, have executed a management buyout to spin a revitalized iManage business out of HP’s Software division. iManage’s press release is here.

Customers and partners still have a strong brand recognition of “iManage,” despite being covered under layers of rebranding through multiple acquisitions over the past decade. Loyal clients, particularly the legal, accounting/audit, and consulting industries have stuck with the document management platform despite the turmoil of the Interwoven-Autonomy-HP eras and the encroachment of competitors such as Microsoft SharePoint, perennial nemesis OpenText eDocs, and alternatives such as NetDocuments and Worldox.

The new iManage will launch with an established installed base of approximately 3,000 customers, including 80% of the top US law firms, and 400 corporate legal departments, according to its July 21 press release.

What does this mean for customers and partners of the new iManage?

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7 years, 9 months ago

Upping the Ante: Combining ECM and BPM to Drive Better Business Outcomes

We’re excited to announce that our customers can now leverage the capabilities of the OpenText enterprise content management (ECM) and dynamic case management (DCM) together to achieve better business outcomes by bridging the gap between content and process. Bringing Together Content and Process According to Forrester Research, dynamic case management is a highly structured but […]

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8 years, 1 month ago

Battling Regulatory Pressures in Life Sciences

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