EMC releases upgrades to its document content management line

Documentum 7.0 is more tightly integrated with VMware

By , Computerworld |  IT Management, content management, Documentum

The 2.0 version also comes with a library of pre-built components available as free downloads in the EMC Community Network (ECN) for faster development. It is also optimized for private cloud deployment through the new Documentum xCelerated Management System (xMS) software, which reduces deployment time through tight integration with VMware technologies and tools.

EMC also announced Captiva 7.0. Captiva is an image capture application that is typically used to scan documents that are all part of a business or legal case.

The new Captiva version adds drag-and-drop features around image processing or data extraction from documents as well as graphical user interfaces to help users simplify manual processes, whether it's data entry from documents or validating information extracted from documents.

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