M-Files Corporation, a provider of solutions that dramatically improve how enterprises manage documents and other information, today announced the availability of the EBC Toolkit for M-Files, a set of utilities for making the implementation and maintenance of M-Files vaults easier and faster.
The Toolkit for M-Files, created by UK-based managed service provider EBC Group, is a set of utilities initially developed by EBC Group staff to support its consultants in M-Files implementations. The newly enhanced Toolkit for M-Files is now being licensed to both M-Files resellers and end-users as they in turn undertake similar projects.
Innovative new functionality incorporated in Zylpha's acclaimed legal document bundling technology, slashes the time taken to prepare bundles. Of particular note is a new Email feature, which Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) believes is a first in the market. This ensures that relevant email messages can be effectively and easily recorded and managed within any of a practice's bundles. The ability to include email attachments along with the original emails is also incorporated. This is a major leap…
Ascertus configures DocMinder to automate task reminders across 25 countries
Trend Micro, a global IT security leader, has implemented a DocMinder-based task management solution from Ascertus Limited in its human resource (HR) department in the UK. The solution has automated the management of critical tasks and timely document reviews pertaining to HR-related matters across 25 countries in EMEA, delivering unprecedented efficiency and productivity gains to the department. Ascertus provides tailored information and document lifecycle management solutions to corporate departments and law firms.
Combining web content management and digital asset management platforms allows you to create the best customer experience for visitors across all channels. WCM platforms such as Hippo offer unprecedented mechanisms to connect with website visitors and DAM platforms like Nuxeo manage digital assets in a central repository.
Today 87 percent of business applications are web-based, yet only two percent of firms use web technology for document scanning , which begs the question, “why?”
“Web-based applications by nature are fast and inexpensive to deploy, and easy to manage compared to installing software on users’ desktop PCs. We are excited about bringing these same efficiencies to capture and most importantly, adding the ability to embed capture within business applications with the KODAK Info Input Solution,” said Tony Barbeau, Products & Services general manager and vice president, Information Management, Kodak Alaris.
These days, content is the backbone of online business, impacting customer decision-making before direct contact is made with sales or through marketing automation. As channels proliferate, Enterprises need to ensure that they deliver personalized content that resonates with their diverse audiences, in any context and on any device.
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To ensure that their content is helping reach business goals, enterprises need a smart, third-platform Web Content Management System that uses data and metrics to continuously optimize their content's performance.
Hippo, a leading Web Content Management System provider, today announced enhanced interoperability with EMC® Documentum®, as part of its participation in the EMC Business Partner Program for Technology Connect Partners.
Any incoming document can be imported into SAP using ABBYY FlexiCapture
Theale, UK (22 October 2013) – Not only incoming invoices are critical to SAP, but many other types of documents as well. Using ABBYY FlexiCapture, documents can be captured, automatically classified, extracted, and channelled directly into the appropriate SAP processes for further processing. This is possible thanks to a connection between ABBYY’s capture platform and the KGS Activator – a KGS Software product for document and data transfer to SAP.
Integrating third party applications into Documentum has become easy with the CARA Hub. Integrate information or UI components of external systems (including data updates) using a mixture of ExtGWT components, RESTful Web Services or simply JSP - enabling users to use CARA as the single UI to access multiple applications which form part of a business process. Also leverage full CARA customization through the same mechanisms.
The announcement of the partnership is likely an unsurprising move for most involved in the open source content management and document management industry as similar partnerships with other content management providers and Alfresco have already occurred. Nor is this the first time that we've seen Acquia involved with integrating the Drupal CMS with the Alfresco platform. However, this is probably the first time we've seen Acquia and and Alfresco Inc. so publicly announce such a partnership for delivering products and services and perhaps this is a recognition that customers have need for better integration solutions in both product and services.