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Organizations with existing Perceptive Software's ImageNow, FileNet, IBM Content Manager, IBM CMOD, Oracle IPM, Stellent IPM, Optika (FilePower, eMedia, Acorde, IBPM) Dell/EMC/OpenText Documentum, Dell/EMC Captiva/Formware, Dell/EMC/OpenText DocumentumAX (formerly OTG's ApplicationXtender), OpenText's IMR Alchemy and a plethora of other Content Services and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems are now facing the challenge of what to do with those aging systems. Due to multiple acquisitions, these aging systems have already undergone a series of management, technology stack and operational transitions — and some of software vendors are discontinuing support for various versions of these products, thereby declaring them obsolete.
Further, their software maintenance programs with yearly increasing fees and layers of unnecessary bureaucracy have you, your staff and budgets stretched needlessly thin. Because the products have been sunsetted or retired, expertise with your aging software products and integrations tools have reached critical mass.
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These myriad of challenges put you, your organization and its users at risk as there may be no clear upgrade path to newer offerings. We understand how to mitigate the risks!
With many choices in available in the marketplace, how do you get all your data and documents extracted to be compatible with whatever new ECM platform you will eventually select?
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