virtually all organizations, regardless of size,
possess a legacy of paper documents, accumulate
a rapidly growing store of electronic documents,
and anticipate a future that is mostly but not
For many organizations, paper will continue to
be important for as far ahead as they can see
even though they will rely increasingly on information
The documents that organizations produce from
spreadsheets, databases, and big systems contain
structured information, much of which is numerical.
But organizations also produce a vast range of
important documents-such as letters, reports,
marketing materials, studies, engineering drawings,
handwritten consultation notes, and committee
minutes-all of which contain unstructured information.
Structured and unstructured information comprise
information assets critically important for any
A new generation Enterprise Content Management
Solution let's you take control of your information
assets, thereby creating a more effective working
environment. Accessibility and elasticity with
Ultimate solution allows you to organize the information
flow to suit your needs.