HCL’s enterprise content management practice gives its customers the advantage of a focused domain centric approach and platform competencies leading to strategic information management for the enterprise.
Managing content and information is one of the most crucial requirements for today’s organizations. Content is clearly defined a king these days when it comes to an efficient operation and gaining a competitive advantage over others. Since unstructured information comprises of over 80% of an organization’s information assets, on average Enterprise Content Management (ECM) emerged as one of the top 4 priorities for a vast majority of CIOs today. The two main reasons why ECM is becoming so important for CIOs are:
- Enterprise Information Management - Ensures interoperability and extensibility - as need to maintain total visibility of global business becomes imperative
- Compliance - It is the main driving force behind exploding growth in the ECM space. It helps avoid litigations leading to stunted business growth
Every Industry segment, every organization and every department will have different requirements because of the specificity and varied objectives. Hence it takes an in-depth understanding of industries, companies and business processes in order to offer the most suitable content management solution and to be able to implement the same for maximum ROI.
HCL’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM) offering - An Overview
HCL’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions focus on mapping the Customer Organizations’ business objectives with the content management strategy. This is to ensure the relevance of a long-term perspective for content management and to take our customers up the leadership curve. At HCL, we believe in having a complete enterprise vision and strategy for Enterprise Content Management technologies across the information lifecycle. Our Strategy is driven by a utility computing approach. We focus on creating a unified access layer for unstructured and structured data.
HCL’s ability to give very large domain coverage combined with its leadership in infrastructure, operations and applications, provides for a unique business model which is driven by flexibility, transparency and scalability. Our unique SLA management is for a real time working environment which allows various providers to work cohesively while helping customers to view and monitor performance in an end-to-end fashion.
With over 16+ years of experience and partnerships with the world’s best Enterprise Content Management solution providers, the Enterprise Content Management & Portal group at HCL has been at the forefront in delivering Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions using cutting edge technologies. On this journey HCL has developed partnerships with all the leading ECM vendors to gain expertise which has no match.
The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is focused on providing new age e-Business solutions where content drives the business process across the enterprise. Leveraging a strong team of consultants, HCL offers turnkey solutions to Banking, Insurance, Government, Media & Entertainment, Manufacturing, BPO, EPC, Pharmaceutical and other verticals. The number of projects executed coupled with years of experience and the availability of a comprehensive set of core competencies of enterprise content management is what makes HCL stand apart in the industry today.
Our exhaustive service offerings in Enterprise Content management help us in delivering:
- Over 250+ frameworks & components
- Certified professionals for all leading ECM Vendors
- Process Competency - Service Methodologies & IPs
- Enterprise Content Management (ECM) business consulting competency
- Product engineering expertise - full understanding of quantifiable benefits achievable from specific solution set for a given domain
- Quantifiable value delivered through leadership across various business domains & global project expertise
- Movement towards EIM
- Tool based delivery
- Application flexibility and customization as well as standardization to consolidate
- A dedicated Wikipal for HCL’s ECMP Practice