EMC Enterprise Content Division, Rohit Ghai, President:
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Content and knowledge management are propelling digital transformation. Not just digitalization, but a fundamental change to business models. With analysts predicting that more than 30% of today’s IT vendors will not exist by 2020, both enterprises and vendors must transform using a digital-first approach in order to survive.
EMC’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD) believes content is a catalyst for transformation across three key areas: business, IT and people (including the digital workforce, customers, partners and suppliers). Streamlining business processes, reducing costs, and exposing critical insights are all possible with proper content management. These insights enable differentiated customer interactions and offerings, which are at the heart of tomorrow’s successful organizations.
Tapping into 25 years of experience managing critical content for over 7,000 organizations, ECD uniquely understands enterprise content management (ECM) requirements. At the same time, we’re pushing the boundaries of traditional ECM, extending capabilities and simplifying interactions, while maintaining complete governance, trust and integrity.
Our extensive portfolio includes our industry-leading EMC Documentum family, highly-acclaimed EMC InfoArchive solution, and recently announced next-gen ECM applications under the banner of Project Horizon. Project Horizon includes modular content apps, user-experience design priorities, and cloud choice. Combined, this portfolio provides customers with a “better together” experience and an end-to-end approach to digital transformation with content at its core.
We provide our customers with a complete content strategy, including assessments on digital maturity and guidance on a path forward.
EMC Enterprise Content Division
6801 Koll Center Parkway
Pleasanton, CA 94566
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