Datacap Inc., an Enterprise Content Management solution provider, acquired by IBM

ARMONK, N.Y., Aug 10, 2010 – IBM made an announcement that it has acquired Datacap Inc.,a leading software provides which helps enterprises to manage and automate business data flow in order to enhance business processes. The acquisition has strengthened IBM's capability to help organizations in digitizing, managing and automating their information, especially in industries like health care, government, insurance and finance where paper is used extensively. Additionally, rules like HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley demand new standards and now legislation is inspiring the adoption of new records management solutions, including scanning and capture to extend precision, lower costs and speed business processes to meet these laws.

Customers of Datacap are some of the most visionary enterprises, using document capture and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions to transform their businesses. Around 200 clients across different industries are using Datacap software to help capture and manage their information.

Alfresco Software’s CMIS-compliant Enterprise CMS, Alfresco Enterprise 3.3

What's CMIS?
Now that CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) is an authorized OASIS standard, life should become simpler for people making an attempt to access their content repositories through multiple tools. An extension of the current SOAP requirement, CMIS makes it feasible to store documents in a CMIS-compliant repository and then access them from any CMIS-compliant application.

The advantage here is that there isn’t any need to grasp which repository you are talking to. Naturally, no standard is really worth the bits it's recorded on if people don't go along with it. It is fortunate that CMIS is backed by major players in the Enterprise Content Management industry, including Adobe Systems Incorporated, AIIM, Alfresco Software, IBM and Microsoft.

V1 Document Management and IWI Consulting Group Inc enter into a strategic partnership

Document Management and imaging software writer, V1 Document Management lately announced co-operation with Toronto-based enterprise resource planning solutions company, IWI Consulting Group Inc. Under the terms and conditions of the partnership, IWI Consulting's Sage AccPac ERP users are able to access V1 Document Management's portfolio of paperless office solutions from their accounting systems.
This partnership expands V1 Document Management's footprint in the Canadian Sage market. V1 Document Management's solutions reduce cutting costs, paper consumption and improving efficiencies in the finance function while supporting setups' green agendas.

SharePoint Certificate Program launched by AIIM International

SharePoint Certificate Program, a training program, has been launched by AIIM International to meet a growing need by organizations to discover how to plan and manage records and content and guarantee governance on the SharePoint 2010 platform. The online and classroom course materials were made by Gimmal primarily based on course objectives outlined and reviewed by AIIM Education Advisory Groups in the USA and Europe. The courses include tracks for SharePoint Practitioner, SharePoint Specialized and SharePoint Master.

The AIIM SharePoint certificate program provides SharePoint Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Records Management (RM) best practices made from many Gimmal SharePoint implementation projects which bring together the technology of content management and the discipline of records management through efficient and practical secrets.

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