Helping organize, manage, and distribute content like documents, images, health, and accounting records, content management systems are the organizers.
Organizations use them to store, manage, edit, and collaborate when it comes to content creation.
There are workers at many levels of a company that are able to access information using an enterprise content management system, based on user privileges that are assigned by an administrator. This streamlines the information lifecycle as well as automates a number of business processes.
Here are some of the current leading enterprise content management systems.
Founded in 2005 and headquartered in Cali, Box is a cloud-based content management system. It is an easy-to-use platform across the content lifecycle, from sharing and file creation to co-editing and retention.
Box is used by around 100,000 organizations that include JLL, Nationwide, and (very timely) AstraZeneca. The platform can also integrate with tech stacks with more than 1,500 apps. The platform has also been named a leader by big analytical firms.
Another leading global provider is Laserfiche, which offers business process automation, analytics, strong workflows, and document management.
There is no need for manual processes and repetitive tasks. The platform’s machine learning and cloud-based tech is used by organizations across more than 80 countries. Managers are able to assess information and can see if targets have been met.
DocuWare is a digital document management solution with automated workflows that suite organizations of any size but particularly at the enterprise level. The platform serves major industries from retail and manufacturing to healthcare and government.
The platform is available in almost 20 languages and can support cloud deployments and on-premises deployments. Around 15,000 organizations use DocuWare in more than 100 countries, representing 650,000 users.
Fourth: Zoho Docs
Another online document management system, Zoho Docs is used for creating, collaborating, and storing documents in pretty much any available format (images, excel sheets, presentations, even music).
The content platform consists of two key functions: document editing and collaboration; document storage and management. Zoho Docs makes it possible to share files safely via set user permissions.
The platform also enables real-time collaboration, synching offline files with an easy-to-use drag-and-drop interface.
Empowering businesses with more efficient processes, eFileCabinet offers either a cloud-platform platform or an on-premises platform.
Like the others, it provides workflow automation and secure file-sharing. eSignatures can be generated as well as fillable forms. All combined into the same platform.
It has integrated a new web-based UI that is more intuitive than the previous, and hosts compliance features to help organizations.