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The Future of Content Management

From increased collaboration to business intelligence to better integration with applications, enterprise content management is evolving. Take our reader survey and let us know where you think ECM is heading.

From increased collaboration to business intelligence to better integration with applications, enterprise content management is evolving. Take our reader survey and let us know where you think ECM is heading.ECM platforms are chock full of useful information. New efforts are afoot to unlock the value of these platforms and expand ECM's audience beyond the narrow use cases that ECM traditionally addressed. We want to find out whether this evolution will affect your ECM strategy.

You can take our survey here.

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