Information. Documents. Critical business material.
As businesses scale from a several-person startup to one that’s larger and more robust, it’s important to have a place where all this business-related content can be stored, organized, and easily accessed.
To boot, it’s also necessary to have the requisite processes so all this content is, well, managed properly.
Because by 2025, the amount of global data created each day will reach 463 exabytes – and the majority of this data will be unstructured.
If a business is not using a centralized repository and doesn’t have the right processes in place, there will be bedlam.
This is why ECM exists.
Enterprise content management (ECM) is the solution for modern businesses wanting to keep content safe, secure, useable, and accessible through its life cycle.
In this Process Street post, you’re going to learn all about ECM, from its exact definition to understanding why it’s beneficial, and learning what ECM tools are capable of and what they’re not designed to do. Read the sections below to get the complete lowdown:
- What’s the enterprise content management definition?
- Why is enterprise content management useful?
- What can enterprise content management tools do?
- What can’t enterprise content management tools do?
- The best tools on the market for content management
- Use Process Street to get the best out of ECM and BPM!
Let’s begin your journey to becoming content with your enterprise’s content management. 📁