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IBM FileNet Content Manager
Online
New York, USA
1911
$50BN to $100BN
Enterprise
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IBM FileNet Content Manager USP

In the ECM market space, IBM offers various products, such as advanced case management, information lifecycle governance, and content collaboration on the cloud, document capture imaging, and ECM platforms to its commercial clientele. IBM Enterprise Content Management Software provides its products and solutions to companies in various industry verticals, such as automotive, aerospace and defense, government, banking, healthcare, finance, IT and telecom, Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), consumer products, and retail in over 175 countries. Request IBM FileNet Content Manager Pricing to get more information.

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IBM has gained strong brand name in offering various technological products, solutions, and services across the globe. The company's major business segments include technology services, cognitive solutions, global business services, system, and global financing. IBM ECM also offers a robust product portfolio in numerous segments such as analytics, cloud, IoT, mobile, security and others. IBM ECM also offers consulting services and managed services to its commercial clients. In the ECM market space, IBM Enterprise Content Management Software offers various products, such as IBM FileNet Content Manager, advanced case management, information lifecycle governance, and content collaboration on the cloud, document capture imaging, and ECM platforms to its commercial clientele. IBM ECM (Enterprise Content Management) Software IBM FileNet Content Manager provides solutions to companies in various industry verticals, such as automotive, aerospace and defense, government, banking, healthcare, finance, IT and telecom, Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), consumer products, and retail.

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Strengths
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    Yes
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    Level of Support
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    Large Enterprises
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    On-Premise
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    Cloud
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    Directly
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    Laptop
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    Mobile
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    Pad
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    Solution Integration
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    Medium level Business
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    Small Businesses
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    Hosted / On-Cloud
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    On-Site Support
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    Sensor integration
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    Full Time Equivalent
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    Per User / Device Basis
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    Subscription / Licensing
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    Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
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    Delivery
Weaknesses
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    Integration
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    BFSI
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    Energy and Utility
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    End Users/Workstations
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    Licences
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    Scalability
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    Number of Organisations Catered
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    Product Offerings
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    Product Features and Functionality
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    Other Support Services
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    Hardware Integration
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    Other Platforms
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    Others, please specify
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    Software Tool Integration
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    Through Partners / Third-Party Vendors
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    Other Services
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    Digital Asset Management
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    Dedicated Account Manager (DAM)
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    Software Requirement Specification (SRS)
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    Other End Users
IBM FileNet Content Manager Presence in Enterprise Content Management Software
IBM is widely recognized as a global provider of cloud, mobility, and analytical solutions to its large clientele present over 175 countries. The company has been a pioneer in the use of big data analytics and data integration among its wide-ranging customer base. IBM has been investing heavily in R&D for the last three years to strengthen its product portfolio. Currently, the company is concentrating on re-defining its business aspects and broadening its product portfolio in the domains of analytics and cloud. The growth strategy opted in the ECM market is more focused on partnerships, agreements, collaborations, and new product developments. IBM has partnered with many companies, such as Box, Service Cloud, and Hortonwork to form a content management intelligence alliance. This content management alliance is expected to address the constantly changing threat landscape of its commercial clients in the ECM market. To serve its global customer base, IBM has a strong partner ecosystem, consisting of consultants and integrators, independent software vendors (ISVS), hardware resellers, software resellers, services resellers, managed service providers, and value-added distributors (software).
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