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September 2006, Trend-Setting Products 2006, [Vol 15, Issue 8]

Features

Managing Web content: ECM or pure-play WCM?

By most definitions, Web content management (WCM) is a subset of enterprise content management (ECM), which in turn also includes document management, digital asset management (DAM) and records management (RM). Yet in many ways, WCM remains distinct from other ECM components in how it functions in the enterprise.

Striving for e-commerce synergy

IT executives, charged with increasing online sales while keeping head counts low, are seeking solutions that will integrate with their overall knowledge management systems.

Value-added relationships

If you are a user of KM software, chances are that a third party implemented your system, not the software vendor.

Trend-Setting Products of 2006

ECM Solutions SHOWCASE:KANA

ECM Solutions SHOWCASE: TERMINALFOUR

Trend-Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: Abbyy, Astoria Software, ATG, Attensity

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Trend-Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: Autonomy, Basis Technology, Brainware, Clarabridge

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Trend Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: ClearStory Systems, Connotate, Cuadra, DocZone.com

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Trend Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: Exsys, FAST, FileNet, IBM

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Trend Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: Innodata Isogen, Inxight, ISYS, KANA

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Trend-Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: KnowNow, Kofax, Liberty IMS, MetaCarta

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Trend-Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: Nervana, Noetix, Northern Light, Nstein

Trend-Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: OneSource, PaperThin, QL2 Software, RedDot

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Trend-Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: SchemaLogic, Stellent, SumTotal, Teragram

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Trend-Setting PRODUCTS of 2006: Tower Software, Xenos, Zylab

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News Analysis

Step up to the knowledge economy

In the past decade, a new and unprecedented challenge for companies of all sizes has arisen, one that may very well mean life or death for a particular organization. That challenge is finding a way to successfully capture and communicate the knowledge within it.

E-mail news from IBM & Microsoft

Smooth sailing on the next BI wave

COLUMNS:

The Future of the Future

The Future of the Future: Future competencies to weather the storm

Three storms are brewing in today's business environment: globalization, the shift to solutions and traditional/obsolete organizational structures.

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