Enterprise content management (ECM) is a tricky category. Many search and Web content vendors feel they provide “ECM.” But in fact, true ECM—if it exists at all—demands a specific set of functionality, including secure access, version control, check-in/check-out and cross-platform access to multiple information repositories … and more. Here’s a sampling of the key players in the ECM market.
Open source document, Web and records management.
Enterprise Authoring Platform (EAP), Dynamic Assistance Platform (DAP)
Centralized and streamlined creation, management and publishing of business content.
Infrastructure for content in any file format—text or voice-based, structured or unstructured.
Microsoft SharePoint infrastructure management and protection.
Aggregate content from several sources, structure it into topic maps, analyze, search, deliver.
Document-based Web and records management.
Web content development API; social tools included.
Manage, store, secure and deliver unstructured content from a single platform.
Integrates heterogeneous content flows within the centralized electronic document management repository.
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