Thursday, April 19, 2012

Content Management Systems Reviews - Open Text - ECM Suite

In my first post about Open Text, I mentioned that Open Text Corporation is the software company which provides enterprise content management (ECM) software solutions. I described Open Text Solutions in general. In my today's post, I am going to start describing Open Text ECM Suite.

The Open Text ECM Suite integrates multiple technologies for document management, records management, web content management, portal, digital asset management, email management, and content lifecycle management. Other components include electronic discovery, auto-classification, document capture, document imaging and digital faxing solutions. The suite provides functions for team collaboration, forums, blogs, wikis, and real-time instant messaging and collaboration. These functions are connected through business process management tools to each other and to other business applications and processes.

Open Text ECM Suite includes the following products:
  • Document Management 
  • Content Lifecycle Management
  • Records Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Web Content Management
  • Digital Asset Management
  • Portal
  • Auto-Classification
  • Enterprise Search
  • Rights Management
  • Email Management
  • eDiscovery
  • Archiving
  • Transactional Content Management
  • Capture and Imaging
  • OCR/ICR and Classification
  • Collaboration
  • Social Media
  • Semantic Navigation
  • Content Analytics
  • Content Reporting
  • Library and Collection Management
  • Managed File Transfer
  • Widget Services
Next post: ECM Suite - Document Management

1 comment:

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    Document security is vital in many document management applications. Compliance requirements for certain documents can be quite complex depending on the type of documents. For instance, in the United States, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements dictate that medical documents have certain security requirements. Some document management systems have a rights management module that allows an administrator to give access to documents based on type to only certain people or groups of people. Document marking at the time of printing or PDF-creation is an essential element to preclude alteration or unintended use.
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