Last week after meeting with some FileNet customers, we posted on the developing a business case to replace FileNet. Some of the feedback we got was that the article could be applied to other ECM tools, particularly from Documentum customers. This post will discuss the development of a business case with both a hard and […]
Dave Giordano, President and Founder of TSG, was invited to be a guest contributor on the Alfresco blog. His latest article covers the struggle legacy ECM customers have when choosing to stay or leave their existing implementations. With the cloud, cost savings and rapid growth of Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) vendors like AWS, legacy […]
TSG talked with a 20+ year Documentum client yesterday about the future of Documentum. Like many Documentum customers, the client had postponed any decision about future plans for their system until there was a clear understanding of what OpenText would do with Documentum. With OpenText Enterprise World complete, this post will present our TSG thoughts […]
Over the years, some of our more popular posts have been our thoughts on EMC World/Momentum which TSG had attended for the past 20 years. With Documentum being bought by OpenText, the Documentum Momentum event has died with Documentum related activities included in the OpenText Enterprise World event held earlier this month in Toronoto. Due […]
TSG was part of a presentation on at the Document Strategy Conference two weeks ago. One of the follow-up items was our thoughts on an ECM Roadmap. Tied to our earlier post on upcoming ECM disruptions, this post will present our initial thoughts on defining a roadmap and approach for modernizing an ECM System.
Two weeks ago on 1/23/17 Documentum officially became part of OpenText. Most of the analysts, including all of us at TSG, have been recommending clients “wait and see” in regards to how OpenText accommodates their new acquisition. This post will share our analysis and predictions based on our review of OpenText’s initial statements since the […]
With one or two weeks to go until the Documentum/ECD purchase by OpenText closes, Rohit Ghai, CEO of ECD announced yesterday (via a tweet – what’s with that?) that he would be staying with Dell rather than travel with the rest of the Documentum team to OpenText.
With the beginning of 2017, it is time for our annual thoughts from our blog from 2016 as well as the ECM industry in general. Biggest news of the year – Dell purchases EMC, OpenText purchases Documentum from Dell Clearly the biggest news of the year for our readers was the purchase by Dell of […]
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 […]