Documentum Digital Asset Manager Overview

What is Documentum Digital Asset Manager?
EMC Documentum Digital Asset Manager (DAM) allows organizations to manage all of their content, rich media, and traditional documents through one interface. It provides enhanced capabilities to effectively manage rich media in addition to the complete set of enterprise content management capabilities offered by Documentum.
Documentum Digital Asset Manager Customers
Masdar, Postel, Informatica Trentina, JFK Library
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Developer at IF Research
The content server is able to accept a lot of users with a huge amount of documents and reviews on it

What is our primary use case?

Technical EDMS for construction (for different types of construction) plans of geological assets.

How has it helped my organization?

Mainly for studies (design office) and construction (plans for mechanical components), e.g., responsible for documentation.

What is most valuable?

A very powerful rules engine A D2 Client, which is very powerful and stable.  The content server is able to accept a lot of users with a huge amount of documents and reviews on it.

What needs improvement?

The main work to do concerns cloud integration because our customers want to go to the cloud. 

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

They need a new way to do their pricing and licensing.
Big Data Architect at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Real User
A swarm of applications for varying business demands, but scalability needs improvement

Pros and Cons

  • "It's a product with a swarm of different applications, each one answers the needs of a specific part of the business. They collaborate one with each other relatively smoothly."
  • "EMC's documentation team has put a lot of effort into its literature, and the documentation and installation guides are simply superb."
  • "I would say scalability is a hot point to improve."

What other advice do I have?

I've been using Documentum products for seven years, starting from version 6.5 SP1. In my experience, the starter product of Documentum is xCP 2.x. It allows you to create amazing Documentum-based applications with just a few clicks on its workbench, no need to write a single line of code. It's an excellent solution, I totally recommend this product if you need a content management solution. But make sure your revenue will cover the investment in licenses.