What is Enterprise Content Management (ECM)?
As defined by AIIM, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is the strategies, methods and tools used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes. ECM tools and strategies allow the management of an organization's unstructured information, wherever that information exists.
Why Do Organizations Need ECM?
Business processes millions of pieces of paper a day, from application forms to client correspondence, emails and faxes to invoices, shipping receipts and purchase orders. Massive amounts of paper result in postage and storage cost, as well as lost time for document search and retrieval. Now more than ever, organizations need effective ways to securely capture, exchange, and manage the information generated and contained in paper documents—and Enterprise Content Management does this in a cost-effective, efficient way.
How Did Microsoft SharePoint Transform ECM?
The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) industry was turned upside down when Microsoft released SharePoint, its platform-based and truly scalable solution for ECM. Soon, even .
Who is The KnowledgeLake ECM Company?
With the release of Microsoft SharePoint 2010, KnowledgeLake has secured its position as the industry leader in document imaging and capture solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. More capable than even the more expensive legacy ECM applications, KnowledgeLake is an enterprise scalable and comprehensive SharePoint ECM solution for searching, viewing, securing, routing and annotating your company’s mission critical electronic content. The KnowledgeLake solution is fully integrated with SharePoint, so it is easy to implement, easy to administer, presents low risk, and is cost effective.