EMC a leader in ECM, says Forrester

By : |December 6, 2007 0

HOPKINTON, MASS.: Information infrastructure solutions provider EMC Corp. today announced it has been positioned as a leader in the Forrester Wave: Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Q4 2007 by Forrester Research, Inc.

EMC addresses this market with its Documentum and Captiva family of products.

Earlier this July, EMC announced its Documentum 6 enterprise content management platform, the foundation of EMC’s broad family of ECM products that power all types of content applications, including: transactional content management, archiving, knowledge management, compliance, and interactive content management applications.

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The Documentum 6 platform simplifies the way in which content applications are built, configured, and deployed. With its service-oriented architecture, Eclipse-based development, and extensive configuration capabilities, Documentum 6 revolutionizes the development of content applications.

“Today’s announcement is not only a symbol of our position as a leader in the enterprise content management market, but also is clear reflection of our forward-looking strategy for this space,” said Balaji Yelamanchili, senior vice president and general manager of Content Management and Archiving at EMC. “Led by the power of Documentum 6 and our services-based approach to content management, EMC is truly changing the way organizations build, configure, and deploy today’s content applications.”

EMC achieved a position as a leader in the Forrester Wave report on enterprise content management based on the breadth and depth of its ECM portfolio. According to Forrester, “[Leaders] don’t just have breadth, they also have a broad range of information management tools helping I&KM pros manage, secure, and retain data and content. Their portfolios include a mix of data management, business intelligence, broad integration support (including content integration), storage management, and security technologies aimed at improving how information is managed.”

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