In recent conversations with many of our manufacturing clients, Controlled Printing has become a frequent topic of conversation. We often see controlled print requirements in systems responsible for managing documents and records to prove that goods are being manufactured and processes are being executed in a repeatable, quality manner (i.e. manufacturing of a widget, plant […]
During a TSG presentation at AIIM Executive committee last month, one question raised from the audience was “how would you define a modern interface for ECM”. This post will address some of the concepts and practices TSG implements in building our modern interfaces to differentiate from the legacy interfaces of the past.
As part of our making Documentum Better in 2018 series, this post will look at how users can work with folders and documents within a folder in Webtop as compared to OpenContent Management Suite. In prior articles, we’ve explored how users add documents to the repository and search for documents. For this post, we will […]
In the last post of our 2018 making Documentum better series, we compared searching and viewing documents between Webtop and OpenContent Management Suite. For this post, we’re going to compare the the contributor functionality available in Webtop and compare that to OpenContent Management Suite. Our evaluation is based on what is configurable using the out-of-the-box […]
Performance and ease of use in a search interface is often one of the highest concerns our clients have when building an ECM system. Back in 2012, we did a Search comparison between Webtop and OpenContent Search (then called HPI). As part of our 2018 Making Documentum Better blog series, we thought we’d update the […]
Most Documentum customers we talk to utilize Webtop in some capacity as a user interface to the repository. As we’ve posted in the past, we recommend that clients move away from Webtop as it’s an outdated interface that has not been a target for investment since the EMC/Dell days, and certainly is not in line […]
As we have been mentioning her in other posts, due to the purchase Documentum by OpenText, many clients are looking at ways to reduce the risk of an unknown Documentum future. This post will look into the risk of the most popular Documentum interface, Webtop.
Announced on September 12th, OpenText is purchasing the assets of the Enterprise Content Division of EMC (that includes Documentum among other products). For more thoughts, see our Detailed Analysis and Predictions. While predictions around the web vary on the future of the combined offerings, one common, very valid concern based on OpenText’s history, is: what […]
This blog is the first post in a series that will consist of multiple short posts that touch on a number of differences between TSG’s HPI solution and the Webtop and D2 interfaces. For the first post, we will discuss searching for content. Users of ECM systems are often willing to put up with some […]