Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management, 2012
Find out why Alfresco was named a ‘Visionary' in the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management.
The Total Economic Impact of Alfresco ECM
Read a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Alfresco, citing a 10-month average payback period for Alfresco Enterprise Content Management.
SWOT Assessment: Alfresco 4
Check out Ovum's analysis of Alfresco's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, and read why Ovum says "Alfresco can compete favorably with all other ECM vendors in the areas in which it plays."
Info-Tech Research Group
Vendor Landscape: Content Management for Knowledge Workers
Learn why Info-Tech ranked Alfresco #1 for Value out of 13 vendors reviewed! The research firm also cites Alfresco's "broad functional footprint" and states "Alfresco has compelling functionality."
Alfresco's acquisition of WeWebU strengthens its IPO readiness
Read why 451 Research finds that "The acquisition of German startup WeWebU Software is small in scale but large in importance for Alfresco Software, particularly as the company plots its path toward a planned IPO in 2014."
Alfresco tackles its "Dropbox problem" with a hybrid cloud subscription service
451 Research notes that "In just seven years, [Alfresco] has gone from being a scrappy start-up to regularly competing - and winning - against IBM, Oracle and EMC in the enterprise content management (ECM) sector."
Open source content management goes to the cloud
451 Research finds "Alfresco's strategy could appeal to enterprises that don't want to choose between cloud-only providers and traditional ECM."
Industry Watch: ECM at the Crossroads
This 2013 survey of AIIM members shows a market in flux. Organizations continue to address baseline content management issues, while also moving forward with mobile access and mobile process, cloud strategies and migration from legacy ECM systems. Check out the full report for all the survey results and analysis from AIIM of this shifting market.
Addressing Contemporary Requirements for Content Integration (CMIS)
Read why Gilbane says "CMIS has the potential to be a game-changing standard."