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Unify and Modernize your ECM and Records Management System

This is our recent email marketing release.  A lot of this is possible due to the PowerStreamECM tool I have built over the past year using my experience in all my previous SharePoint projects and migrations.  If you have questions about doing a complex ECM migration, let me know!


Reduce Complexity and Cost

To reduce system support cost, risk, and complexity, many organizations are seeking to consolidate and modernize Enterprise Content and Records Management Systems. Consolidation reduces the costs associated with licensing, support, training, and infrastructure.

Migrating from legacy ECM systems to SharePoint enables organizations to manage collaboration-oriented content and records in a single, modern, repository. This improves the user experience and facilitates the use of a standardized taxonomy, which enhances findability, content lifecycle management, and the ability to respond to eDiscovery and public records requests.

Our extensive experience in legacy ECM migrations includes migrations from FileNet, Oracle, OpenText, Documentum, Questys, and others, to SharePoint, which can typically be achieved for less than the annual maintenance cost for these systems.

Services include:

Taxonomy Development
Metadata Clean-up
TIF to Searchable PDF Conversion
Enhanced search and Content Reorganization
Implementation of Advanced Records Management Capabilities and Products

  Benefits of migrating to a unified, modern system:
Reduce complexity and costs associated with licensing, support, training, and infrastructure
Improved user experience, adoption, and compliance
Mitigate risk and manage the lifecycle of content using uniform retention and disposition policies
Better support for eDiscovery, transparency and regulatory requirements
Enhanced findability and automation of business processes

Published Thursday, September 1, 2016 4:46 PM by cjg
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