User Perceptions of an Enterprise Content Management System

@article{Scott2011UserPO,
  title={User Perceptions of an Enterprise Content Management System},
  author={Judy E. Scott},
  journal={2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-9}
}
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is an enterprise wide integrated approach to managing an organization's unstructured information such as documents, email, web pages, portals and other digital assets. ECM systems potentially leverage a knowledge repository to prevent information overload, as well as enable (1) better decision-making and increased efficiencies from enriched information sharing and collaboration; (2) compliance control; (3) lower web publishing costs; and (4) 're-usability' of… CONTINUE READING

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