|By Business Wire||
|May 6, 2014 11:03 AM EDT||
Nucleus Research today launched a new Technology Value Matrix for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions.
"There is nothing magic about the Nucleus Research ECM Value Matrix, which provides a straight-forward evaluation,” said Ian Campbell, CEO of Nucleus Research. “Building on more than 460 ROI case studies, Nucleus has identified usability and functionality as the two factors that drive value, and these two factors are the foundation of all of our matrices. In the maturing ECM market, the Value Matrix allows customers to identify the vendors that are continuing to invest in those areas to deliver value.”
The first ECM Value Matrix finds a trend toward simplification and better usability as well as integration with other core enterprise solutions, such as CRM and Human Capital Management. ECM is producing higher ROI for customers than ever before, leveraging both cloud and hybrid deployments in portfolios that offer greater content availability for end-users.
There are eight leaders at the forefront of the current ECM Value Matrix. OpenText, Oracle, and EMC are pursuing strategies that leverage further usability for customers, while IBM and OnBase are shoring up features that enhance functionality. Other vendors in the Leader quadrant include HP Autonomy, Perceptive Software, and SpringCM.
“Leading ECM vendors are expanding the reach of enterprise content beyond the traditional office, adding secure mobile tools that give employees direct access to data regardless of location. We also see integration of deeper content management with other applications as ECM emerges as a core enterprise solution," said Joseph Rojas, research analyst at Nucleus Research.
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