Compare Alfresco vs. Documentum

Alfresco is ranked 7th in Enterprise Content Management with 1 review while Documentum which is ranked 6th in Enterprise Content Management with 3 reviews. Alfresco is rated 0, while Documentum is rated 0. The top reviewer of Alfresco writes "The product allows engineering teams and developers to introduce new things in a seamless way". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Documentum writes "Lifecycle management enables different business rules for different "states" of content". Alfresco is most compared with SharePoint, Nuxeo and Documentum, whereas Documentum is most compared with SharePoint, Alfresco and OpenText ECM.
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Pros
The product allows engineering teams and developers to introduce new things in a seamless and easy way.

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It provides possibilities for us to save documents and supporting the business process while doing so.It is quite good.It has reduced the amount of paper documents; reducing time and errors in the process.

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Cons
Alfresco has a very steep learning curve, and unfortunately, during the learning process, it's very easy to make errors, which often are unforgiving.

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The biggest issue for us is the price of the product.It needs a better UI and it should also be cloud-ready. The UI has not changed in years.It should provide more tools to help clients upgrade solutions based on Webtop.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
If you buy Alfresco through a partner, there is usually a OEM licensing option.

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It is quite an expensive product.

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Overview

Founded in 2005, Alfresco is a leading enterprise content management and document management platform. Alfresco allows users to easily access, manage, share, and retain content in the same way that they work i.e. in the cloud, on mobile devices, at physical locations, or even through a combination of all of these.

Alfresco is based on open technology, making integration of the platform into the enterprise cost-effective, transparent and secure.

These are the core benefits of using Alfresco:

  • Content control
  • Collaboration across your company
  • Easy information sharing
  • Business process automation
  • Empowerment of IT and business users
  • Compliance throughout the lifecycle of the content

EMC Documentum is an enterprise content management platform that was purchased by EMC from the original developers in 2003.

EMC Documentum offers a range of products that are all highly integrated, secure, and cater for the full information lifecycle. The workplace has become increasingly dispersed, mobile and social, and EMC Documentum provides information solutions to align with these new business requirements.

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Over 1,300 companies from 180 different countries. Including EuroStar, Saks Fifth Avenue, NASA Langley Research Center, and KLM. Bank for International Settlements, Postel, GSD&M, Agility Logistics, and E.ON
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