Enterprise Content Management

Enterprise Content Management was originally intended to store documents and processes. But ECM has grown to be a central motor driving business processes, and its mandate now includes making sure that the right information lands with the right users at the right time to drive outcomes, all while complying with information regulation and governance requirements.

Enterprises need a content management strategy aligned with their organization’s business imperatives and business processes. And they need a data repository that can keep up with the kind and amount of data being generated today, and at the same time provide the power and flexibility needed for information governance.

The amount of data in an enterprise expected to double every two years. But even more importantly, as much as 90% of enterprise content is unstructured data, documents, images, audio, and social-mobile digital interactions. The PHEMI Central Big Data Warehouse can drive the back end of an organization’s content management strategy.

  • Easily scale to handle the volume and variety of data facing enterprises today
  • Separate cold and low touch data from fresh data that users need to drive outcome
  • Automatically manage information governance throughout the data lifecycle. Data retention policies and data sharing agreements are automatically enforced. Robust version control and rollback capabilities mean that data is never lost, corrupted, or overwritten.
  • Automatically enforce privacy attributes by both user roles AND data access attributes, ensuring that only the right people get the right information at the right time.
  • Take advantage of PHEMI Central’s powerful data processing functions which can parse, extract, encrypt, and structure data, transforming structured and semi-structured data into analytics-ready digital assets. (And because DPFs can be written in ordinary programming languages, enterprises do not need an army of Hadoop developers).

PHEMI Central is enterprise-ready big data warehouse that can reinvigorate your ECM strategy and put knowledge in the hands of your knowledge workers—when they need it.