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Chris Riley, Senior ECM & Document Capture Architect, ShareSquared
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Enterprise content management (ECM) is a long-established market, but ECM technology is changing, evolving and taking on increased importance to organizations as they look to gain more value and insight from documents, emails, blogs etc. Through this e-book you will obtain an expert overview of ECM and an in-depth look at where the enterprise content management technology market is headed.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Enterprise Content Management (ECM) overview: Understanding ECM systems today
  • Five Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technology trends affecting ECM strategies
  • Enterprise content management evolves from focus on acquisition to actualization
  • Expert advice for enterprise content management technology purchases

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Chris Riley, Senior ECM & Document Capture Architect, ShareSquared

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