Nucleus Research Issues 2017 Value Matrix for Enterprise Content Management

Mergers, growing compliance needs and a shift to integrated platforms transform the ECM market

BOSTON--()--Nucleus Research has released the 2017 Technology Value Matrix for enterprise content management (ECM), noting a disruptive year for vendors with further end-user-driven changes predicted ahead. Companies leading during this tumultuous period of transition from stand-alone applications to embedded platforms include Opentext, Box, M-Files, Laserfiche, HPE, Microsoft and Digitech Systems while notable providers losing ground include Google and Dropbox.

“Businesses are looking to continue a digital transformation for the marketplace either with the incorporation of ECM into other applications or by becoming the lead application with the addition of business processes. This year’s areas for ECM vendor differentiation include better deployment options, AI and embedded analytics, auto-classification, integration and workflow governance features,” said Barbara Peck, principal analyst at Nucleus Research.

Vendors in the Leader quadrant exhibit strong functionality and usability and are recognized for innovation and an additional range of capabilities in response to user needs.

See the full report at: https://nucleusresearch.com/research/single/ecm-technology-value-matrix-2017/

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Release Summary

2017 Value Matrix for Enterprise Content Management; Mergers, growing compliance needs and a shift to integrated platforms transform the ECM market

Contacts

Narrate Marketing
Chris McManus, 917-324-0808
chrism@narratemarketing.com