2020 Nucleus Research Content Management Value Matrix
Download this report to compare the top 17 Content Management vendors
Do you want to explore better ways to handle the exploding volume of data, documents, and information within your organisation?
Are you researching top enterprise content management (ECM) platforms for your organisation?
To make the most well-informed decision, get the inside scoop on top ECM solutions from an impartial third party with the 2020 Nucleus Research Content Management Technology Value Matrix. It's a must-read report where you can discover the strengths of each vendor and match them up to your organisation's needs.
Read Nucleus Research's assessment of 17 top vendors, including the following highlights:
The Technology Value Matrix and the market positioning of Content Management vendors in terms of usability and functionality
An analysis of the strengths of each vendor's solution and the value that is delivered to the client
Insights on overarching ECM market trends and challenges
Nucleus Research is a principal resource for technology research, presenting their independent analysis of the most influential vendors in the ECM market, naming M-Files a Leader for the seventh year in a row.
This represents M-Files' seventh consecutive year in the Nucleus Research Content Management Technology Value Matrix as a Leader among the top ECM vendors in the market. M-Files is a global company providing best-in-class intelligent information management solutions that enable business users to get control of content chaos and manage business-critical information, regardless of where it may be stored — CRM, ERP, SharePoint, network folders and other business systems and repositories. Whether businesses prefer deployment in the cloud, on-premises or a hybrid deployment, M-Files moves beyond traditional enterprise content management (ECM) and unifies systems to present content based on the context of what it is and not where it lives, without disturbing existing systems or processes and without the hassle of data migration.