While we are caught up debating the term Enterprise Content Management (ECM), we are missing the fact that ECM technology has already changed. Last week Gartner clarified their statement on the end of ECM. While the need to manage content, a.k.a. documents, with an enterprise strategy still remains, the technology we use to manage that content... Continue Reading →
ECM Gets a Late Start on Back Office Solutions
In June 2016 I asked, “Will ECM vendors catch up to Back Office Solutions?” I pointed out that Enterprise Content Management (ECM) vendors were missing the boat on content solutions being sold directly to end users. These back office solution vendors don’t talk about “content” and do not see themselves as ECM vendors. They might... Continue Reading →
Proof Finding ECM Platforms is Difficult
I think most of the time, we in the industry take for granted that “everyone” knows what ECM (Enterprise Content Management) is. If you have a document management problem, you suddenly miraculously figure out that what you really have is an ECM problem. You then immediately discover the Gartner Magic Quadrant and you are ready... Continue Reading →
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