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ECM

(1) (Enterprise Change Management) See version control and configuration management.

(2) (Error Correcting Mode) A Group 3 fax capability that can test for errors within a row of pixels and request retransmission. It is defined in the T.30 standard.

(3) (Enterprise Content Management) The management of unstructured information in an organization, wherever that information is found. ECM technologies are applied to traditional content, such as office documents and printed graphics, as well as Web pages, email and rich media. AIIM, an association specializing in ECM, names the specific steps of capture; manage; store; deliver; and preserve to describe what happens to organizational content. See WCM and AIIM.
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These factors encourage the growth of global enterprise content management solution.
* The latest trends impacting the enterprise content management market.
Newgen Software is a global provider of Business Process Management (BPM), Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Customer Communication Management (CCM) solutions with more than 1,100 installations spread across 58 countries.
"We aimed to make this new site welcoming and intriguing for anyone interested in the world of Enterprise Content Management, Capture and Image Management," commented Avichai Levy, newly appointed VP Marketing for TIS.
In the context of enterprise content management, they have strong channel partners, presence in multiple regions, consistent financial performance, broad platform support and good customer support.
The MSE can be used as part of Enterprise Content Management Platforms by supporting standard industry connectivity and common audio/video protocols.
EMC spokesman Craig Librett said the acquisition bolsters a part of the company's enterprise content management products.
Enterprise content management describes enterprise software products that capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes.
"The huge success of our first two certificate programs on Electronic Records Management and Enterprise Content Management led us to develop related certificate programs to help end-users make smart information management decisions," notes AIIM President John Mancini.
Edited by Zeid Nasser Esense software has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Hummingbird, the recognized leader and global provider of integrated Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions.
(See the article "Year-Two Section 404 Compliance: Smart Companies are Working Smarter," Financial Executive, November 2005.) Many companies have found that Enterprise Content Management (ECM) can be a useful solution for Section 404 compliance.
They have penetrated most of the larger pharmaceutical firms by offering an excellent Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution that provides workflow automation as well as document tracking and versioning to ensure these organizations meet FDA (Food and Drug Administration) compliance requirements.

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