Enterprise Information Management, Enterprise Content Management, Master Data Management - How Do They Fit Together
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Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has started to move beyond departmental deployments and into an important competence and infrastructural technology. This is especially true for large and mid-size organizations. There are several reasons to treat ECM as a core infrastructure: the compounding growth of content generated by business users, the need to integrate that content within business processes, the need to support increasing sophistication for business user content access and interaction, and the need to maintain governance and control over content to support regulatory compliance and preparedness for legal discovery.
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