[Webinar] Making Sense of the ECM Tool Landscape

  • 11-May-2015

The enterprise content management (ECM) marketplace is evolving rapidly. This marketplace actually encompasses two broad categories of tools:

  1. Emerging cloud-based file sharing and sync services that let you get up and running relatively quickly
  2. Traditional ECM and document management tools, although relatively complex, still work best for more sophisticated use cases

With nearly two-dozen players, how do you make sense of this marketplace?

In this webinar, we'll look at the overall ECM and cloud file sharing arena and provide a framework to evaluate this marketplace based on your own needs. We'll guide you through specific steps to select the best-fitting tools for your enterprise.

In a fast-paced session led by RSG research director Apoorv Durga, you will gain an understanding of:

  • ECM concepts — including business services, technology services, and vendor intangibles
  • Business scenarios against which ECM tools can be evaluated
  • The marketplace and key players
  • How to evaluate and select the right vendor to meet your requirements

Register here

Webinar Details:

 

Registration: Making Sense of the ECM Tool Landscape

Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Time: 12:00-12:30 PM EST (16:00-16:30 UTC/GMT)

I look forward to seeing you there.

P.S. Our research is based on feedback by end users and practitioners in the space. We invite you to participate in a survey on ECM and Cloud File Sharing that should take 5-10 minutes to complete. The results of this survey will be compiled into a detailed report and you will have access to that advisory paper.

 

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