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EMC Content Management Solutions

EMC provides the tools that can help customers capitalize on their most important asset-management information. By bringing its systems, software, services, and solutions together, EMC works with organizations to put a comprehensive information infrastructure to work for their business.

EMC helps customers design, build, and manage intelligent, flexible, and secure information infrastructures.

EMC has a long tradition of innovation and leadership. During 2006, the company invested nearly $4 billion in research and development and strategic acquisitions that strengthened its core capabilities and extended its reach into new, rapidly growing markets.

This commitment led to IDC’s designation of EMC as a market leader in the external storage systems, total storage software, and virtualization software markets. According to the Gartner Magic Quadrants, EMC leads the industry in enterprise content management, midrange enterprise disk arrays, storage resource management, security and information and event management, Web access management, and storage services. The company holds the most stringent quality management certification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 9001), and its manufacturing operations hold an MRP II Class A certification.

EMC’s content management and archiving software, which includes the EMC Documentum and EMC Captiva families, helps customers optimize business processes and create, manage, deliver and archive information, ranging from documents and discussions to e-mail, Web pages, images, XML, reports, records, rich media and application data. This suite of enterprise content management (ECM) products include software covering transactional content management, archiving, knowledge worker, compliance, interactive content management and platform infrastructure.

EMC is the best choice for large enterprises with heavily document-centric processes as well as organizations that already have storage solutions from EMC and intend to integrate their ECM platform with these storage solutions.

With a worldwide presence and global citizenship, EMC employs more than 37,000 people worldwide, about 40 percent of whom work outside the U.S. The company is represented by approximately 400 sales offices and scores of partners in nearly 70 countries around the world.

EMC has R&D centers in Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, China, India, Israel, Russia, and the U.S., and manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and Ireland. It also has the world’s largest sales and service force focused on information infrastructure, and it works closely with a global network of technology, outsourcing, systems integration, service, and distribution partners. EMC is a publicly traded company, listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol EMC, and are a component of the S&P 500 Index.

EMC Key Strengths

  • EMC’s comprehensive suite of services provide the solution framework for managing all types of content—and leveraging that content for competitive advantage. EMC’s content management products improve process efficiency, increase individual and team productivity, ensure compliance, and optimize information archiving.
  • The EMC Documentum enterprise content management platform provides dynamic, robust, and modular capabilities for managing business processes and unstructured content across the enterprise.
  • EMC’s Documentum solution frameworks power multiple hardware and software solutions and speed application development with reusable components and web services.
  • EMC also is also know for its business applications that give customers the power and reach to manage business processes through application logic and smooth, easy to navigate user interfaces.