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The BPM-ECM Intersection

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Despite the inclusion of content management functionality in Gartner’s checklist of BPMS must-include components, most BPMS vendors cannot even spell ECM. The few that can — EMC Documentum, FileNet, Global 360, Pega, IBM — generally had an ECM business long before they got into BPM. I’ve been thinking about it more lately as I finish up my report on EMC’s Documentum Process Suite for the 2006 BPMS Report. And I see bits of it popping up lately in a variety of contexts:

I’ve written about this topic a lot in reports and white papers, generally in the context of the how these products put ECM and BPM together and the business value, but I haven’t blogged about it yet. I think that’s because my view of it is starting to change.

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