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There are well over 35 proprietary document management systems, an astronomical number of homegrown document management systems, and billions of sources for information to come from.  As technology changes, new and better features are added to current systems, new products are coming out, and software systems frequently have to be upgraded.  As companies merge, workflows that were once adequate, no longer cover the bases for the growing needs of the “new” organization. 

What happens when companies merge and they were using two different document management systems?  Which one takes over?  Or do they continue to use both?  As organizations grow, merge, and split, the number of input sources and output destinations dramatically increase.  How do we integrate these new information pathways , along with new applications that are introduced, keeping you in the same locked in status?

It’s simple.  The new Content I/O Suite.  Armedia’s Content I/O Suite allows users to collect information from all of those billions of sources, migrate it to the centralized repository in the company, and then, if needed, deliver that information to the different web portals that may need to view the information later.  In fact, it can even send the information to multiple repositories all from the same interface.  So what if Human Resources uses Documentum, and Accounting uses Laserfiche, and some departments have their own collaborative eRoom set up, but you just merged with another company who uses SharePoint and FileNet.  What if one user could capture the information coming in from the website, or through email, or through regular snail mail, and deliver it into the appropriate system, without that one user ever having to be trained in each of those systems?  Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?  Check it out at https://armedia.com/products/suite/.

-Kristin Evans

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