The ECM Paradox

Companies across industries can provide effective local autonomy over business process improvement and central oversight over policies and direction. How? With an enterprise content management (ECM) solution offering an architecture and software design that facilitates the delegation of line-of-business solution configuration, and a user interface that helps ensure rapid adoption with minimal training. Find out more.
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