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Silver Spring, MD, USA -- Despite predictions of Microsoft dominance, mid-market Enterprise Content Management (ECM) vendors have become stronger and more diverse going into 2009, according to research from CMS Watch, an independent analyst firm that evaluates content technologies. "ECM mid-market technology buyers have almost an embarrassment of choices now," notes Alan Pelz-Sharpe, lead analyst for the report. "The market is rife with products, while prices are trending downward - both good news for customers," adds Pelz-Sharpe.
In its most recent research, CMS Watch evaluated 30 leading ECM vendors from around the globe and found a thriving mid-market:
This analysis stems from research CMS Watch conducted for its recently released The ECM Suites Report 2009, which evaluates ECM solutions head-to-head.
The ECM Suites Report 2009 provides a comprehensive overview of ECM products and best practices, including updated evaluations. The Report is available for purchase online from CMS Watch (http://www.realstorygroup.com).
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