The world has become digital. From the emergence of digital services to new forms of digital communication and the explosion of new types of digital content. For government agencies to keep up, digital transformation of information systems is not optional, it is critical. They must embrace new ways to solve operational challenges and look for solutions to help them evolve past outdated, inefficient legacy ECM systems and applications. Utilizing modern technologies like cloud, open source, and AI; a content services platform architected in the digital age unlocks the full value of information, improves operational efficiency and reduces costs. Whether the mission is delivering citizen services or protecting our nation, a modern CSP delivers true digital transformation for agencies, employees, and citizens.

The evolution of Enterprise Content Management to Content Services

  • (Gartner Report)
    Gartner Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms, 2017

    This Gartner Magic Quadrant (MQ) addresses the Content Services Platforms (CSP) market; it is an evolution of the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Magic Quadrant Download Now

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    From ECM to Content Services

    The shift from Enterprise Content Management (ECM) to Content Services goes far deeper than a mere name change. Modern content services solutions can intelligently connect application platforms and components. A content services platform can intelligently integrate core business systems to expedite finding information, deliver content, and streamline business processes. Download Now

  • (Issue Brief)
    Scaling the Mountain of Data: Four Things You Need to Know to Make it to the Summit

    Managing content and data is critical to agency operations. Extracting the full measure of value from unstructured data is top of mind. Agencies need help surmounting challenges in four significant areas: • Legacy applications hindering digital evolution • Lack of standards adding to data management challenges • Disorganized content decreasing security posture • Budget concerns holding back innovation Download Now

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    From ECM to Content Services: Evolution or Revolution?

    Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has long dominated information management practices. Recently, as capabilities and requirements have evolved, that has been replaced with Content Services. In this webcast, content management experts Alan Pelz-Sharpe from Deep Analysis and Dave Jones from Nuxeo discuss the changes in information management space and debate whether the move to content services is indeed an evolution or a revolution. Download Now

Achieving Digital Transformation requires Modernizing Content Management

  • (FCW Market Insights)
    Content Management is Key to Solving a Data Deluge

    Government agencies continue to gather and generate massive volumes of data. And they are realizing there is significant value in that data. However, much of that information is in different formats and stored different places. This makes actually realizing the full value of their data that much more difficult. Agencies realize updating their content management systems is an urgent priority, but also realize they face many challenges in doing so. Download Now

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    Unlock the Full Value of Your Content

    Modernizing content management strategies and systems help agencies improve data management and realize the full value of that data. That involves transitioning from legacy content management systems to modern content services platforms; integrating content into business processes; and scaling and managing legacy systems. Content management modernization can help agencies with mission readiness, improve internal operations, improve, shared services, and meet mandates. Download Now

  • (FCW Webcast)
    Content Management Modernization—The Key to Cutting through Data Chaos

    Emerging technologies like big data are driving digital transformation and IT modernization. Getting a better handle on unstructured data stores can help agencies glean the true value of that data to deliver improved citizen services, streamline internal operations, and make more informed business decisions. Implementing a modern content management strategy and solutions can help agencies get the full value from their data stores. Download Now

  • (AIIM eBook)
    Modern Problems Require Modern Solutions: Meeting the Challenge of Big Content

    The challenges of content management have evolved as the very nature of content has evolved. When Enterprise Content Management (ECM) first emerged, the goal was to have all content in a single ECM repository. However, the volume and variety of content makes that a profound challenge. Content is also stored in many different places, which adds to the access challenge. A modern content strategy must be appropriately geared to meeting these challenges. Download Now

How the Nuxeo Content Services Platform Can Help

  • (DataSheet)
    One Platform, Endless Possibilities.

    As government agencies continue to become increasingly digital, older content management systems and strategies are no longer sufficient. Agencies need to manage various types of modern digital content like videos, photos, and unstructured social media. Modern Content Services can help agencies get the most value from their data, increase efficiency, improve citizen engagement, and ensure compliance. Download Now

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    Legacy to Modern to Future Simplify Case Management Chaos.

    Government agencies continue to move toward digitization to meet citizen demands and federal mandates. However, they are hampered by legacy content and case management systems and process. They need to be able to digitize and automate their workflows. Agencies need to apply modern content services to operate more efficiently and ensure version control, robust tracking, automated processes, and workflow. Download Now

  • (Data Sheet)
    Content Federation Services

    When an agency’s content is spread across multiple systems, locating and organizing that data is an increased challenge. Agencies need rapid access to all information relating to save time and increase productivity. Content federation capabilities can help bring together information residing in other locations and expediently deliver that information to the workforce where and when it’s required. Download Now

  • (Webcast)
    Information Management for 2018 - 3 Simple Steps to a Brave New World

    Content has evolved to the point where one system is no longer capable of storing everything. Agencies now need a flexible more modern approach. The new approach to information management must automatically bring together data, documents, and processes from multiple systems to help the workforce operate more efficiently. This content services-based approach to information management can save costs and increase efficiency at all levels. Download Now