Enterprise Content Management Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Alen Subat says in an Alfresco review
User with 11-50 employees
The best feature is extensibility. Hands down, the best feature of Alfresco is what is "not there yet". The product allows engineering teams and developers to introduce new things in a seamless and easy way. Alfresco, as a company, is supporting this approach by improving the Alfresco Maven SDK and extending native APIs. View full review »
Garett Patria says in a SharePoint review
OTA Manager, VRA with 51-200 employees
* Its configuration management ability is critical for document-based systems. * It offers ease of use, which is crucial. View full review »
cloudarc67895 says in a SharePoint review
Cloud Solution Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
* Data classification * Search These two elements are cheap. View full review »
JasonSchoultz says in a M-Files review
Managing Director
M-Files focus is more about creating a platform for users to store, share, and create documents, but it also plays nicely (integrates) with other products. Thus, it allows end-users to work from a single platform or environment, creating easier workflows and task management. View full review »
Martin Rubens says in an OpenText ECM review
Solutions Manager at a consultancy with 201-500 employees
Simplicity to roll out, features available, customization options. View full review »
ITPgmManager568 says in a Box review
IT Program Manager at a university with 10,001+ employees
First, the device-agnostic cloud storage and collaboration. When we first deployed Box, we managed all of our own storage. Using Box for cloud storage allows us to focus on the service and maintaining infrastructure. Box has a number of nice features such as mobile apps for access to files; ability to collaborate easily with anyone, on campus or off; special collaboration and sharing features, such as emailing attachments to folders, embed widgets to upload or interact with files, and more. The introduction of Box Drive makes using Box on the desktop a joy. View full review »
President402 says in a DocStar ECM review
President/Owner with 51-200 employees
* Ease of use * Flexibility to span across multiple departments View full review »
Sergey Gorobets says in an IBM FileNet review
Architect of ECM solutions at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
The most useful feature is its persistent storage. Also, the full-text search and attribute searching are valuable. It shows a preview of documents, and makes possible small, event-driven automation: creating documents, editing documents, deleting documents, and others. View full review »
Suren Shiva says in an IBM FileNet review
Software Architect at Deloitte
It provides better content management for security content: both storage and archival. It is pretty robust and user-friendly. We have integrated this solution with other solutions, and the integration process is seamless. View full review »
Patrick Obrill says in an IBM FileNet review
System Analyst at AT&T
We can move things from paper to digital, making things searchable and easy to access. The usability is really good. Our business users are pleased with it. They seem to get what they are looking for, and it's very efficient. View full review »
Jayanth Palle says in an IBM FileNet review
Senior Consultant at Northern Trust
Because the account-opening process varies on a case-by-case basis, we may have several documents generated for a particular case. We would like to put them in one client section. API-wise, it gives us the ability to create an end-to-end transaction. View full review »
SystemTe38a9 says in an IBM FileNet review
System Tech Oracle Database at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
It is easy to use. You can put everything in it, such as, documents. It is really easy to access and pretty easy to set up. View full review »
Informat0634 says in an IBM FileNet review
Information Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
* Extensibility * Customizability * The API * It has a very broad market share and a lot of people know about it. View full review »
Vp33e4 says in an IBM FileNet review
VP at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It is very user-friendly. View full review »
CTO724f says in an IBM FileNet review
CTO at a healthcare company with 1-10 employees
It gets rid of paper. It is perfectly usable as a back-end solution without a user interface through the use of APIs. When information is available (by having your documents available), your case management is better. View full review »
SeniorSo9e37 says in an IBM FileNet review
Senior Software Engineer at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
The document storage is the most valuable feature. And then, searching those documents by users is helpful. The usability is very good. We like the Content Navigator. It's very easy to use the search and retrieve for documents and has a lot of options for the user to download documents or send an email. View full review »
CEOd7ae says in an IBM FileNet review
CEO at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The most valuable feature is the way in which it enables clients and customers to quickly access the content and information that they use for everyday functions. There is a high degree of usability with this solution. It is highly compatible with our clients' and customers' work environments, making it easy to deploy and implement. View full review »
Engineer49eb says in an IBM FileNet review
Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
* Stability * Scalability * IBM support The most valuable for us is the ease of operations in Datacap, especially to extract data, along with the robust platform of FileNet, as a content management system. It is very user-friendly for business users. They can create their own searches. They are not dependent on administrators to create searches for them. It is self-service for them. View full review »
Reviewer8e92 says in an IBM FileNet review
User at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The taxonomy is its most valuable feature. Everything is hierarchical and has properties. I am doing practical coding. Therefore, I am very happy that they have extensive Redbooks and demos with the FileNet API. It is really usable. There is a lot of support for it. You have the online components to trawl through the storage. I have a lot of fun with it. View full review »
Corporat88f8 says in an IBM FileNet review
Corporate Vice Presidents at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
* Reliability * Speed * Extensibility View full review »
Boris Zhilin says in an IBM FileNet review
Executive Director at Intelective
The most valuable features of FileNet are its comprehensive ability to store content, to get insights from the content, and to use that content for making decisions routed through workflow. Nowadays, with the new capabilities, the unattended task processing - so-called robotics or digital employees, digital agents - is where this industry is heading. View full review »
FilenetS7829 says in an IBM FileNet review
FileNet System Admin at Emug
* The uptime * Stability * The speed of retrieval We found that it is incredibly usable and rock solid. FileNet P8 is probably the most usable, extendable option out there in the ECM space. View full review »
Michael Soliman. says in a SharePoint review
Owner at Alopex ONE UG.
This solution is a workflow operating system with many metadata services. Information is taken and automatically triggers actions. The specific action is based on the information itself, which is used to calculate a complex answer that results in the action. View full review »
Moshe Yavniel says in an IBM FileNet review
Deputy CEO with 51-200 employees
The most valuable features for us are Wex (Watson) for search, Datacap for OCR/ICR, and Automation Anywhere for RPA. View full review »
Charles Guthrie says in an ASG Mobius review
Systems Engineer at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable features are the SMF tracking of report access and the reporting of recipient relationships. View full review »
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