As you know, we on a regular basis consult and advise many clients – large and small – in many verticals. I, personally, believe that a Web Content Management System is not a vertical application. There are occasional exceptions, but overall Web CMS is a horizontal business application, and any CMS can be potentially used by any type of business, depending on what the actual needs are.
Still, I always have to caution customers when they immediately think the 3rd-party offering via an agency or integrator will prove much easier than going directly to a vendor
A recent conversation with a large global enterprise about their Digital Asset Management project reminded me of the Zen Kōan – "Two hands clap and there is a sound. What is the sound of one hand clapping?" The project in question has weathered some turbulence
Both IBM and now EMC have recently touted their improved Case Management capabilities, so I thought it timely to take a look at this area in a little more detail
I just finished reading an excellent article in Hedge Funds Review called "Records management in the new regulatory environment." It's piece that echoes much the same message I've been preaching for years now:
Yesterday we released a new advisory paper on workflow. The briefing focusses in particular on what you need to look for (and what you can dispense with) in Web CMS and Digital Asset Management environments
At CMS Watch we evaluate an awful lot of products, and making sense of all this research can be a challenge.
Earlier this week EMC announced that it was providing more extensive development support for Documentum. This is something we had to comment on, as in our various product evaluations we have long called out EMC Documentum for providing relatively poor support