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FileNet

(storage)
A system for storage of images on laser disk using COLD.
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FileNet

A document imaging system from IBM (www.filenet.com). Introduced in 1985 by FileNet Corporation, the company was acquired by IBM in 2006. FileNet is the most widely used high-end workflow system and runs on PCs and a variety of Unix workstations. The company coined the term "enterprise content management" (ECM) to apply to the dissemination of content in all its forms, such as images, forms, emails, scanned documents and electronic files.
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