We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"1. It will be more expensive than estimated to setup. 2. You will need to double the staff while you are running the old system and installing the new system. 3. Depending on the number of documents to be migrated, make sure you understand the potentially massive amount of time and effort required to migrate the existing content to the new platform."
"The physical space that we have gained back pays for the service. Therefore, it has reduced our operating costs overall. We have definitely seen ROI. I would estimate $30,000 a year."
"Talking about the cost is difficult because IBM has offers that combine different products, and each of these offers has different types of licensing. IBM also has a policy that the actual price for a given customer may be very different from the stated book price. It's hard to say whether it's expensive or not."
"My customers have seen ROI. There have been productivity gains, time savings gains, and things that they have been doing much more efficiently in a more modern way than they were before."
"It has reduced operating costs by reducing the amount of manual work needed."
"We use extraction. Therefore, we can see 80 to 85 percent accuracy on data extraction. This reduces the manual indexing part, which is definitely a gain on performance efficiency."
"The solution saves time and money. It helps us to be able to accomplish the goals of our business, as opposed to being tangled in the weeds of what we could do."
"Yearly, we pay for the maintenance, which is $20,000."
IBM Content Foundation on Cloud
IBM Content Foundation on Cloud allows organizations to deliver extensive enterprise content management capabilities to their users very quickly. IBM Content Foundation is powered by the FileNet content and process platform and IBM Content Navigator user experience. This cloud offering can be leveraged for a variety of use cases including collaborative document management, imaging solutions, social content management, archiving, and more. It also offers a platform for developing Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions in the cloud.
IBM Case Manager on Cloud
IBM Case Manager on Cloud is a solution platform that engages people with business content, provides contextual insight through real-time analytics, and enhances teamwork through collaboration tools and flexible workflow. Enables Business and IT to work together to create solutions across the enterprise that enables an organization to make smarter decisions for better business outcomes, while balancing the need for security and compliance in a world of heightened risk.
IBM FileNet is a leading IBM enterprise content management product family. IBM FileNet is one of the ECM solutions that can change the way a company does business by enabling users to capture, activate, socialize, analyze, and govern content throughout its lifecycle.
There are many IBM FileNet products available, all of which are integrated and based on the FileNet P8 Platform.
IBM ECM is ranked 13th in Enterprise Content Management while IBM FileNet is ranked 2nd in Enterprise Content Management with 31 reviews. IBM ECM is rated 0.0, while IBM FileNet is rated 8.2. On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM FileNet writes "Easy to integrate, and enables our clients to guarantee compliance". IBM ECM is most compared with ASG Mobius, SharePoint, Microsoft OneDrive, Alfresco and OpenText Content Suite Platform, whereas IBM FileNet is most compared with SharePoint, OpenText Content Suite Platform, OpenText Documentum, Alfresco and Hyland OnBase.
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