conceptClassifier for CMIS Repositories

Discrete environments, multiple investments, high costs, loss of flexibility, and no way that information can easily flow across the organization. Is this how you want to run your business?

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conceptClassifier for CMIS Repositories

A tremendous amount of business value lies dormant simply because content assets cannot be leveraged across the enterprise. Enterprise content management (ECM), content management systems (CMS), and document management systems (DMS) have flourished over the years, with 70 percent of enterprises using 2 or more, and 38 percent using 5 or more. As a result, organizations face significant business challenges due to lack of visibility into one system, let alone a multitude. Content and data often reside in isolated silos, resulting in operational inefficiencies because of disjointed processes, expensive and costly application development, and compromised business agility due to integration complexity. Even today, some software vendors require the purchase of individual connectors for each system or application, resulting in cobbled integrations that are not reusable or easily maintained.

conceptClassifier for CMIS Repositories provides the ability to interrogate and analyze data in any compliant CMIS platform. Once interoperability is achieved, organizations can automatically generate rich, semantic metadata, and auto-classify the content to one or more taxonomies using the conceptClassifier platform. The advantage is accessibility to content and data assets at an enterprise level, introducing opportunities to improve records management, enable concept-based searching, simplify migration, eliminate sensitive and privacy vulnerabilities, enrich file analytics with content optimization, implement secure collaboration, and perform text analytics. All from a single enterprise metadata framework. The ability to leverage these content assets increases business agility, removes access barriers to isolated content silos, and reduces the cost of application development.

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Key Features

Key Features

Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is an open standard that allows a client application to communicate with and interrogate compliant platforms in a consistent manner, overcoming the traditionally proprietary barriers of accessibility. Content continues to grow exponentially. The mix of operating systems, applications, and database platforms, with the diversity of data models, means the ability of systems to interoperate is now even more challenging.

Today, these services are still important and sometimes crucial in managing and accessing content that has previously remained inaccessible. The content management industry is in a state of flux, with large vendors moving to the cloud, and cloud-ready vendors entering and competing successfully in the marketplace. This should not prevent organizations from maximizing the value of their data and content assets. conceptClassifier for CMIS Repositories provides a singular analysis point for all compliant systems. This gives you the power and visibility to manage content, regardless of where it resides. Generating rich, semantic metadata and consistently classifying it to an enterprise standard, means content and data have new meaning, and enforcing policies and improving business processes becomes readily achievable.

  • Auto-classifies unstructured, semi-structured, and structured data – metadata is not pre-populated based on rules, it is automatically generated based on content in context
  • Ability to crawl and index ECM, CMS, and DMS repositories – classification is based on concepts found within the data, and can be used in real-time as content is created or ingested
  • No need to learn multiple APIs or systems, or to have specialized skills
  • Ability to combine content from multiple repositories into an integrated, organized format, despite data model and operating environment differences
  • Can be used to secure and protect sensitive and privacy vulnerabilities from within content
  • Legacy content can be identified and tagged for defensible deletion
  • Automatic record identification and processing to the records management application
  • Ability to take action on content and deploy workflows, enabling business users, if permitted, and administrators to manage content within their functional units
  • All products are rapidly deployed and easily used, designed for subject-matter experts
  • Reduces connector development time by 60-70 percent, eliminates the need to purchase multiple connectors, reduces IT knowledge required, reduces complexity and achieves faster time to market
  • Improves operational efficiencies, achieves cost savings, enhances customer and end user experience, increases revenues, and makes content driven innovation possible
  • End users or administrators no longer need to learn and use a unique application for managing each content repository, improving productivity and reducing costs
  • Application developers can rely on a standardized web-based, service-oriented interface to develop their applications once, and deploy them across multiple ECM, CMS or DMS environments and distributed systems, introducing operational efficiencies and interoperability, to connect externally to diverse systems more rapidly
  • Organizations can leverage web services infrastructure to extend the reach of their distributed applications, providing the ability for diverse systems to connect externally as well as internally, supporting relationships throughout the value chain
  • Development costs and schedules can be reduced, with a standard repository interface
  • Ability to leverage existing investments
  • Language and vendor neutral, providing platform independence
Key Benefits

Key Benefits

Limited or no interoperability among systems can prevent an organization from fully achieving its business goals. conceptClassifier for CMIS Repositories reduces the effort required to achieve seamless integration, freeing business content and data from the constraints of being locked in information silos or propriety data formats. By enabling access to content stored in repositories that were previously cumbersome and costly to integrate, information becomes usable in ways not possible before.

conceptClassifier for CMIS Repositories not only connects to one or more CMIS compliant repositories, but enables organizations to harness the power of the conceptClassifier platform, to automatically generate multi-term, semantic metadata, and auto-classify content to one or more taxonomies. Through the conceptTaxonomyManager component, companies can achieve enterprise-wide management of content assets, with centralized governance.

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