Enterprise Grade Content Service Application built using Office 365 and Azure To Deliver Digital Transformation
Bye Bye ECM, Welcome Content Services
ECM is now dead (kaput, finite, an ex-market name), at least in how Gartner defines the market. It’s been replaced by the term Content Services, a strategic concent that covers three aspects, namely Content Services, Applications, Platforms, and Components
Content Services is a set of services and microservices, embodied either as an integrated product suite or as separate applications that share common APIs and repositories, and service multiple constituencies and numerous use cases across an organization
Content Service Platform
- Capture and ingest content in digital form
- Ability to process digital content
- More effective findability
- Centralized administration of services and management tools
- Ability to create analytics
- Workflow creation
- Team Collaboration
Content Service Applications
- Simplified Workflow definitions
- Pre-defined taxonomy templates
- Packaged analytics
Content Service Components
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
What is CDR 365?
CDR 365 is a Content Service Application built using Office 365 and Azure to deliver digital transformation via its advanced capabilities by leveraging the Office 365 platform. It fills a need in organizations that have been using Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems for decades and are still not satisfied with the features, ease of use, and price. It also provided organizations with a cloud based content service application using the widely popular Office 365 Content Service platform.
CDR 365 Application Architecture
CDR 365 is built as a Cloud application from the ground up and leverages the Microsoft Cloud and its services.