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Posts Tagged ‘ecm’

Posts Tagged ‘ecm’

Taxonomy vs. Information Architecture

“Taxonomy” is an overused term. There are both different kinds of taxonomies and different definitions of taxonomies. In general, taxonomy is a hierarchical structure for the classification or organization of data, historically used by biologists to classify plants or animals according to a set of natural relationships. In content management and information architecture, taxonomies are […]

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External Taxonomy Services Unify Enterprise Taxonomies

As organziations execute their ECM strategies, they are finding that they are implememting multiple ECM solutions.    Typically, we are seeing that SharePoint being used for managing collabotrated content and documents, while most standard ECM solutions, such as Documentum, FileNet, OpenText or Oracle, are being used for document centric applications and records management.  This multiple ECM […]

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AIIM Releases “State of Enterprise Content Management (ECM)” Survey Results

AIIM recently released the survey results from their “State of Enterprise Content Management” survey. They interviewed 751 individuals with 31% representing organizations with over 5,000 employees, 43% representing organizations between 500-5,000 employees, and 26% representing organizations between 10-500 employees. Some key takeaways: 15% said they have not yet implemented an ECM system but plan to. […]

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Managing Social Conscience in the Corporate World

The incident at Rutgers has made me think about the implications of our actions when posting information to a social networking site.  I just posted a BLOG on the AIIM Coommunity site that addresses the need to implement a Governance program that sets the rules for insuring the integrity of information loaded onto a Corporate […]

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Save money – Go Green!

Recycling, reusing and being green in general seems to be synonymous of saving money, which made it very popular. I believe that a good way to save energy would be to reduce the use of our work computers 1hr per day. I am sure that most people would support shorter workdays, but as consultants we […]

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Perficient partners with FatWire Software

Today, we’re announcing that we’ve partnered with FatWire Software, a leading provider of Web Experience Management (WEM) solutions. We’re always trying to help our customers gain a better ROI from their web content management (“WCM”) initiatives by providing strategic WCM planning, design, implementation and migration consulting services through the use of our web content migration […]

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IBM’s ECM Regional UserNet Conference in Boston

Tomorrow, Perficient’s ECM team will be at the Boston IBM UserNet Conference where we’ll be presenting our smarter solutions for case management and enterprise governance and risk compliance. Amy Shavor from Perficient is speaking about Consumer Privacy Laws- What is IT’s Responsibility at 1pm at the IBM Boston UserNet Conference at 1pm. Register to Attend […]

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Do Search and Tag Clouds Replace the Need for a Taxonomy

There has been a lot of discussion on our ECM and Portal Blogs concerning the need for a formal Taxonomy.  I guess I am a traditionalist and still see the need for a taxonomy.  A Taxonomy can address two aspects of finding information; Using content/ asset types and  metadata to find information with the highest accuracy.  […]

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