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EIM/ECM 101: Cutting through the Confusion
EIM/ECM 101: Cutting through the ConfusionIf you’re like many people who’ve been put in charge of looking for your company’s next compensation solution, you

ecm 101  Enterprise Compensation Management (ECM)? ECM is geared toward paying salaries and bonuses, which are considered part of the human resources (HR) function . A compensation plan describes the rules and structure of conditions of a company’s employees’ compensation and how it is treated in the compensation administration process. Compensation rules often include eligibility, guidelines, and proration. ECM provides the tools to manage, measure, and reward not only individual contributions, but team

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Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

A content management system is a software package designed to manage an organization''s entire collection of documents, records, and other information assets. Content management systems are built on a central repository, which holds all content, metadata, rules, and supporting information. Around this, processes and disciplines are established that ensure that day-to-day activities run smoothly and efficiently.  

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