You're Not a Law Firm - Meeting the Technology Needs of Corporate Legal
More and more decision makers are choosing to migrate from legacy ECM repositories to Alfresco.
Over the past 18 months the prevalence of IT Infrastructure related projects has continued to steadily increase.
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The legacy of ECM systems is one of complexity, with challenging user interfaces (UI's), multiple logins, and more - which is why for most organizations email applications and shared drives are still the dominant form of “content management” and why many ECM technologies are best known as “shelf
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When moving to Alfresco, many clients struggle with the cost and effort associated with a “Big-Bang” migration from their Legacy ECM system. In a “Big-Bang” scenario, all the content must be migrated to the new system during a risky cutover weekend resulting in the following issues:
For many legal organizations - from AmLaw 250 firms to Fortune 500 Corporate Legal - the "why" is clear. They are tired of expensive, complex legacy ECM systems, where "ECM avoidance" is more prevalent then user adoption. The questions that remain are "where" and "how".
Many Insurance providers currently have existing infrastructure for claim and policy data management built and enhanced over decades of successful and critical day to day processing of customers information. As the systems have evolved, many have been extended with basic document processing cap