What are store, manage and migrate solutions?
Store, manage and migrate solutions enable secure and robust content services capabilities for an application. While traditional content management technologies rely on monolithic and centralized systems, modern solutions take a modular, decentralized approach.
Why store, manage and migrate solutions?
Headless content services
End-users need the right information at the right time in the right apps to succeed in the digital world. Embedding content services capabilities directly into applications and processes is critical but remains a persistent challenge for organizations to achieve themselves. Solutions offering these capabilities out-of-the-box are positioned to win.
Maintain information governance
Automating information compliance and governance ranges from highly important to game-changing for most of your customers, yet less than 50 percent1 of key governance processes are automated. Organizations need solutions that can help provide secure content and records management as part of their information governance efforts.
Support information growth at scale
Customer organizations estimate that the volume of information they manage will more than quadruple in the next two years2. As content management strategies shift towards decentralized, modular content management systems, users require scalable content services capabilities that will grow with them and work across all their applications.
Mine the value from legacy apps
Among the most common problems for end-user organizations embarking on digital transformations is migrating content and data from legacy systems to more modern systems. Decommissioning applications and migrating or archiving the data in an intelligent way is an important step in this process and requires the right technology to achieve it.
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