Analyst Reports & White Papers
The company achieved some considerable milestones during 2015, proving its transition from a technology-focused open source content management vendor to a business-focused process and collaboration management vendor is going according to plan.
Alfresco has emerged as a solid replacement choice for legacy Enterprise Content Management (ECM) offerings, in part due to their customer focus and regular updates to their product line. The focus on core ECM and BPM has allowed it to develop a product offering that is helping enterprises transform their legacy processes.
We’re firmly in the era of the ECM / BPM integrations with ever more use cases for case management – and Activiti’s role in Alfresco’s platform portfolio is now much stronger. It’s more than just the bundled-in BPM engine which happened to shared a stable with Alfresco One. Version 1.4 brings integrations with sync-and-share services to process content in the cloud; and improvements to how it handles forms and process models.
Joining open source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) vendor, Alfresco at its Customer Council and analyst day joint event in New York City the focus was two-fold: customer success and maximizing the value of content. ECM is not just about creating a well-curated library of content – it must provide ready access to users, in context and as part of the business processes used to conduct day-to-day business..
Alfresco is in a strong position to build a portfolio of pre-built solutions for a wide range of vertical industries, either directly or through its growing partner base. It is already being deployed to replace larger proprietary ECM products and to displace the more traditional BPM platforms in enterprises, and this is a great opportunity for Alfresco to increase its market share using the growing demand for case management solutions in enterprises.
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This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria and where they stand in relation to each other to help enterprise architecture (EA) professionals select the right partner to manage their business’ critical content.
To maximize the business value of new enterprise content management (ECM) deployments, organizations must make important decisions about existing content.
Alfresco recently announced the availability of its Alfresco Analytics and Alfresco Media Management modules for Alfresco One.
When it comes to enterprise content management (ECM) there is no one size fits all. Many ECM platforms have become too big and cumbersome, resulting in vendors splitting their portfolios into more manageable chunks that provide a solution-based approach to different areas of ECM.
In this October 2014 company profile, 451 Research analyzes Alfresco's strategy in the ECM and BPM markets.
This 451 Research report specifically looks at Alfresco Activiti Enterprise and finds Alfresco to be "positioned to meet needs going forward with a hybrid cloud approach to ECM and BPM."
In this early analysis of Alfresco's new Alfresco Activiti Enterprise BPM offering, 451 Research finds the Activiti "proven and reliable" and "a solid platform upon which Alfresco can expand more broadly into the business applications markets."
The Alfresco 5.1 scalability blueprint outlines the dimensions of scale and new techniques and best practices for achieving them - using the latest versions of Alfresco and based on our latest One billion document benchmark findings.
Today’s most productive knowledge workers — business professionals who are contributing, sharing insight and experiences, participating in decision making, and influencing change — are a company’s true competitive advantage.
This July 2013 survey of AIIM members finds that despite the significant and demonstrable benefits of "going paperless," progress towards automation in business processes is still slow. Download AIIM's full survey results, along with analysis and recommendations for engaging in the paper wars.
This May 2013 survey of AIIM members shows the ECM market is 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.