BOSTON, Mass. – AIIM Conference & Expo 2007 - April 18, 2007 -
EMC Corporation, the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced that its enterprise content management software solutions were honored as winners of the Readers' Choice Awards by E-Doc magazine, as well as the ACE Awards by ECM Connection. EMC received the awards yesterday at the annual AIIM Conference and Exposition currently taking place in Boston, Massachusetts.
EMC won Readers' Choice Awards in four categories. The awards recognize the best products in the enterprise content management (ECM) industry as selected by the readers of AIIM E-Doc magazine. The EMC Documentum platform was honored in the ECM Suites category, the Documentum Records Manager solution won in the Records Management category, Documentum ECI Services for Google was honored in the Search category, and the Documentum Digital Asset Manager and Web Publisher solutions won in the Web Content Management category.
"We are truly honored that the readers of E-Doc magazinenamed the EMC Documentum offerings their preferred software solutions in four key categories," said Balaji Yelamanchili. "These awards are further proof of EMC's ongoing commitment to delivering to customers the highest-quality information infrastructure solutions."
In addition to the E-Doc Readers' Choice Awards, EMC received the ACE Award by ECM Connection in the government industry for its efforts in promoting the education and adoption of enterprise content management (ECM) technologies within the industry. The ACE Awards are given to hardware and software vendors who provide innovative and feature-rich product offerings; produce information-rich materials that educate end users and partners on ECM; and deliver quality training, consulting and technical support services. EMC was selected for the ACE Award because it successfully demonstrates each of the criteria within the government vertical. EMC was also selected by the judges of the ACE Awards as a finalist in the healthcare and financial services categories.
EMC customers were also recognized at the AIIM Conference. DLA Piper, a global legal firm, was recognized as a finalist for the Carl E. Nelson Best Practices Awards for its use of Documentum eRoom collaboration software. The secure collaboration software is saving DLA Piper, its clients and co-counsel approximately 15,000 hours annually by enabling proactive contract management and streamlining payments and invoice processes – all while meeting rigorous confidentiality and security requirements.
Another EMC customer, CMC, was named a finalist for the Best Practice Award from AIIM for its use of EMC Documentum and EMC Captiva® InputAccel® software for the capture and management of various content types throughout its organization. CMC provides a variety of services to financial institutions and retailers with credit and debit card programs. The company is using Documentum to manage and store customer transaction reports, audio recordings of customer calls into the call center, customer correspondence and other information. CMC selected Documentum software because its encryption capabilities help protect customers' financial information. CMC is also leveraging Captiva document capture technology to capture data from the more than 70,000 pages of paper correspondence it receives monthly.
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