FOR RELEASE: 2008-10-07CONTACT:
Elina Glazer (e-mail)
Marketing Manager, Real Story Group
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Silver Spring, MD, USA -- Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technology buyers are under pressure to cut costs and justify expenses at a time when small and mid-market vendors are now providing less expensive alternatives to larger ECM vendors.
Enterprises typically use ECM technology to automate manual processes and reduce information redundancy, thereby improving efficiency while reducing staff and infrastructure costs.
This analysis stems from research CMS Watch conducted for its recently released "The ECM Suites Report 2009," which evaluates forty ECM solutions head-to-head.
"ECM technology buyers are in a unique position," notes Alan Pelz-Sharpe, lead analyst for the report. "ECM provides many opportunities for cutting real costs, while marketplace evolution continues to make such technology more and more affordable," adds Pelz-Sharpe.
As part of The ECM Suites Report 2009, CMS Watch released the newly updated "ECM Suites Cross-Check(tm)" diagram - offering a buyer-oriented risk assessment of the ECM marketplace. The diagram specifically addresses vendors' evolution as it relates to product development, providing an overall marketplace assessment.
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Specifically, the chart suggests that:
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