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Omar Koudsi

Omar Koudsi is a National Director of Perficient's Enterprise Content Management Practice. He has over 11 years of experience delivering Content Management Solutions to large companies across many industries and functional areas. The ECM practice led by Omar is made up of 5 teams, Content Intelligence, EMC Documentum, IBM FileNet Operations, Image Capture and ECM Cloud solutions. Within these teams the following is delivered, Content Assessments, Contract Management, Claims Processing, Accounts Payables, Accounts Receivables, Supplier Portals, Content Capture, Archiving, Records Management, and General Content Management solutions.

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Will the demand for Digital Rights Management Grow?

The question is….will the need for Digital Rights Management (DRM) Grow? The reason I ask this questions is the direct result of the Wikileaks. If DRM was used by the government would this have avoided this type of event? My answer to this question is yes, it would have reduced the impact…Digital Rights Management has […]

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ECM? What is that?

Many years ago I started my path down a career ECM as a File Clerk in a Law Firm. When I took over managing the firm’s records I had no clue what ECM meant nor could I have imagined that it would become a common place term.  I was just worried about making sure lawyers did not […]

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The weakest link within ECM Solutions

The success of an Enterprise Content Management System really depends on user adoption. What is the most important aspect of user adoption…in my opinion it is the ability to find the content they are looking for. If you can’t find the information why bother capturing the content and indexing it.  When I look at most […]

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In the future will there be a taxonomy?

Today I attended an AIIM meeting and was listening to AIIM’s President, John Mancini, talk about the future of ECM. He brought up a great point, the next generation will not see the need for the formal taxonomies we are building today. The more I thought about this, the more I agreed with his statement. […]

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Content Management Systems – Why companies change them out so often

One of the things that always amazes me is how often companies change content management platforms. I am not talking about consolidation as I feel that this is a very different topic.  Companies spend a lot of time selecting, educating their teams, and implementing  Content Management Systems and then sometimes within a mater of 2-3 years they […]

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Why charge by the page?

A question I have been asked a couple of times over the last  few weeks is “Why do Scan software vendors charge by the page when they already charge for the software? To be honest….I do not have a good answer. I can understand the frustration that customers have with the scan or capture  software vendors. […]

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To migrate or not to migrate (Content that is)

When a company implements a Content Management System (CMS) or starts a CMS project, a plan to deal with any existing content needs to be taken into account. Of course there are times when there may not be existing content so in that case this makes life simple, but less often this is not the case. So the […]

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Taking on the File Room

One of the biggest challenges clients have when moving hard copy documents and records into a content management system is the notion of where to start.  In many cases companies try to take on more than they can handle and in some instancess over complicate the process. Here is how I approach it…

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When is Email a Record?

One of the tasks that I typically get involved in, is helping clients define their records. This process can be tedious, but also very educational for the client. During this process we are normally asked two questions, The first being, ” What about email, That is a record type right?  The answer to that question is “No, email is […]

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