What is IBM FileNet doing for you?

Is a declining user experience or limited functionality forcing you into a costly IBM FileNet upgrade? Or maybe the system is simply taking up too much of your IT resources.

Whatever your reason, 2018 planning is a great opportunity to explore new options for your enterprise content management (ECM) strategy and systems.

ECM breakups don’t have to be difficult. Isn’t it time to consider an ECM system with the flexibility, automation and integration capabilities to grow with you – not hold you back?

5 questions to ask about converting ECM systems

Crucial questions you need to ask when considering converting systems

Converting enterprise content management (ECM) systems is no easy task. The vendor search and selection process can overwhelm even the most experienced IT buyers. 

To keep your search focused, here are five of the most essential questions you should ask potential ECM providers:

  • Who will perform the conversion?
  • Is your company dedicated to my industry?
  • Can you explain the conversion process?
  • Where will all of my data and content end up?

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5 questions to ask about converting ECM systems

Breaking up with your ECM system

Without continual product improvements, your legacy solution will require time-consuming workarounds, adding to your system’s mounting TCO.

Three reasons to cut ties with your legacy application

As your organization evolves to meet new federal mandates and increasing service expectations, it’s imperative your enterprise content management (ECM) system does so as well.

Here are three signs it’s time to stop settling with your ECM system:

  • It doesn’t provide the features your organization needs.

  • It can’t easily connect with other core business systems.

  • It’s continually adding costs without adding value.

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OnBase: An integration hub for the enterprise

Exchange data between systems, eliminating information silos organization-wide

When multiple applications participate in the same business process, the information in them must remain in sync.

By orchestrating an exchange of data with your systems, OnBase serves as an integration hub for the enterprise, allowing organizations to:

  • Capture data and documents into any system
  • Simplify access to content and processes for internal users
  • Synchronize data throughout processes
  • Provide secure access to external parties

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Return on Investment vs. Total Cost of Ownership

How ECM transformed into content services

Asking the right questions about converting legacy systems

Questions about return on investment (ROI) are among the first organizations ask when considering replacing their legacy document management systems with more modern enterprise content management (ECM) solutions.

ROI is certainly important, but it’s crucial organizations look beyond initial cost-to-savings ratios to accurately compare total cost of ownership (TCO).

Discover which questions you should ask potential vendors – and your organization – to get the conversation started.

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Provident CU Converts to OnBase for Records Management and Workflow

“User experience was declining with our prior system because the solution didn’t have the advanced search capabilities users needed,” said Vivian Wang, Provident Credit Union’s project manager. “OnBase stands out as an ECM solution because of its superior search and workflow capabilities.”
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