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Enterprise Content Management at the Crossroads

Enterprise Content Management at the Crossroads

OpenText's acquisition of Documentum has opened up a broader discussion of where enterprise content management (ECM) is today and where it may be headed in the coming years. My last few posts have laid out my thoughts on what OpenText's acquisition means for organizations currently using Documentum.

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Where Digital Transformation and Content Management Intersect

Where Digital Transformation and Content Management Intersect

At first glance, “content management” and “digital transformation” would seem to be terms headed in opposite directions. As we bring 2017 to a close, it will come as a surprise to no one that the enterprise content management (ECM) world has been on a bit of a roller coaster.

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M-Files Boosts AI Chops With Apprento Buy

M-Files Boosts AI Chops With Apprento Buy

M-Files added a little more artificial intelligence to its "intelligent" information management platform last week with the acquisition of machine learning and natural language processing solutions provider Apprento.  Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

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OpenText Opens Up Its Wallet Once Again for Guidance Software and Covisint

OpenText is on a buying spree. Yesterday, just hours before it officially closed on its acquisition of Detroit-based identity management and IoT platform provider Covisint, OpenText announced it has reached a definitive agreement to buy Pasadena-Calif.-based Guidance Software for approximately $222 million.

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Workplace Consumerization, Suite Backlash, More Trends from RSG

Workplace Consumerization, Suite Backlash, More Trends from RSG

Digital customer experience (CX) and digital workplace technologies have crossed paths because businesses want to consumerize their employee experiences. That consumerization is on a slow trajectory, though.  That was one of the themes presented by the Real Story Group in a webinar this week, “2017 MarTech & EmpEx Vendor Map: What Does It Mean?”   Tony Byrne, CEO and founder

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Hyland Closes Perceptive Deal, Google Glass Returns, More News

Hyland Closes Perceptive Deal, Google Glass Returns, More News

Two months ago, Hyland announced it would buy Lexmark’s Perceptive business from its parent company Thoma Bravo, following the latter's acquisition of the entire Lexmark software portfolio. The news caused a ripple of excitement across the enterprise content management industry.

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