View From the Top: Stellent, Robert F. Olson, President & CEO
Stellent® Universal Content Management: Driving Rapid Success for Customers
At Stellent, we promise our customers rapid success. We deliver on this promise through fast software implementations and quick, broad user adoption of our solutions.Our first step in driving this success is quickly deploying Stellent Universal Content Management, which offers a full array of content management functionality—featuring document management, Web content management, digital asset management and imaging—supported by collaboration, records management and business process management services. Fast implementations result from this solution's standards-based, multi-platform and service-oriented nature. Additionally, the system easily integrates with existing IT infrastructures, providing productized integrations to leading application server, portal and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications.
Upon implementation, Stellent Universal Content Management facilitates quick, broad user adoption by enabling technical and non-technical employees to use the system with minimal training. In addition, users are not required to change their daily work patterns in order to utilize the system. For example, users can contribute content into Stellent via a Web browser using familiar desktop and design applications. And, due to our system's breadth of functionality, users do not have to learn multiple technologies for each content management application introduced into the enterprise.
Our promise of rapid success is evident in the tangible business benefits we generate for customers including: a lower total cost of ownership; reduced integration costs; hard-dollar savings through replacement of manual, print-based management and distribution methods to online management of information; minimal training and administrative costs; and improved operational efficiency and productivity.
For more information visit www.stellent.com or call 952.903.2000.
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