Content Management Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2008 to 2014

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Content Management Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2008 to 2014
WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on enterprise content management markets. Systems are poised for significant growth as people move to purchase for new marketing and Web based applications based on XML and Web technologies.

Enterprise content management (ECM) systems are basic infrastructure for unstructured information. Unstructured information is becoming more structured as it is tagged with XML tags and managed in components enabling reuse and repurposing of content.

Content management is a central aspect of growing any business and staying competitive. Because content management provides access to information that can be used for decision making, the indexing and tagging systems become a significant aspect of determining usefulness.

Enterprise content management solutions help corporations organize, control and access vital business image and video content useful for designing marketing campaigns. Enterprise content management solutions matters to corporate IT because there are ever-increasing volumes of information, mounting regulatory requirements, and legislative pressure to provide information in a manner that is responsive to requests.

Supplier consolidation is driven by the movement of enterprise content management (ECM) to more complex infrastructure that requires ever increasing integration of systems. Disparate applications work with isolated repositories and these systems need to be integrated. Caching systems are evolving inside repository systems to speed up delivery of information. Alternative delivery systems are creating flexibility for document and content capabilities. The entry of software as a services (SaaS) players and open source players changes the market by giving Web 2.0 market participants strategic advantage.

Content management relates to finding accurate information easily and to finding information that is not outdated. Clients and support teams report that the quantity of content is a problem. Being overwhelmed with too much old information relates to bad decision making and flawed conclusions. User problems with technical content are common. The problem is that sometimes users cannot find information quickly; they cannot understand it or cannot tell if it's current if they do find it, and information may be inconsistent. Good content management systems eliminate this possibility.

Enterprise content management is the base for a Web 2.0 strategy. Unification and structure for non-transactional information is needed in Web 2.0 environments. Web 2.0 is a lot of things -- it is image and video centric, it is social networking, it is runtime engines that are worked on by programmers 24x7, it is blogs, it is wikis, it is collaboration software, and it represents dynamic implementation of presentation logic.

Information is doubling at a rate of once every 7 months and this rate of increase is growing. Enterprise content management permits users to integrate a diverse set of technologies into a coherent product portfolio. The enterprise content management markets are anticipated to have exponential growth in content generation management and replication. Content-centric collaboration within enterprises is used to deploy technology solutions to address the information accumulation challenge.

Enterprise content management markets at $3.4 billion in 2007 are anticipated to triple to $9.3 billion by 2014. Revenue from the worldwide ECM market is anticipated to grow at 19% through 2014 in response to new analytics that permit improved decision making.

The ability to access information more rapidly, and to use that information to make informed decisions, is part of automated process. Initiatives that use text to implement services oriented architecture (SOA) services are anticipated to create a climate for growth of content management services. In this context documents may be text based, image based, video content, or software system modules. All the modules require management and indexing.
ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

Content Management Market Driving Forces
  Content Management Market Driving Forces
  Web 2.0
  Content Control Frameworks
  Internet As A Critical Sales, Service And Communications Channel
Enterprise Content Management Markets - Total
Enterprise Content Management Market Shares
Enterprise Content Management Solutions
  IBM Achieves Content-Centric BPM
  EMC
  Microsoft SharePoint Protects Content So That It Is Accessible
  And Readable Years From Now
Enterprise Content Management Market Forecasts

1. CONTENT MANAGEMENT MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 Content Management In Different Size Organizations
  1.1.1 Rapid Product Introductions And Multi-Channel Marketing Campaigns
  1.1.2 Digital Technology Information Sharing For Business Functions
  1.1.3 Content Management Used To Index And Coordinate Unstructured Data
  1.1.4 Lifecycle Control of Content
1.2 Web Publishing
  1.2.1 Web Publishing Depends on Improved Security
  1.2.2 Web Content Management System Cultural Collision
  1.2.3 Web Content Management System
1.3 Master Data Content Management
1.4 Digital Asset Brand Management Capabilities
  1.4.1 Management Requirements Imposed on Builder Role
  1.4.2 User Interface Customization
  1.4.3 User Customized Wizards May Not Map To A Particular Process
  1.4.4 Work Queues
  1.4.5 Help Subsystem
  1.4.6 Usability Requirements Model Builder
  1.4.7 Key Content Management Product Features
1.5 Content Management To Leverage Value Of Information
  1.5.1 Content Management Of Software Modules
  1.5.2 Content Management Positioned To Give Meaning And Value To Information Systems
  1.5.3 Enterprise Content Management Information Technology Needs
  1.5.4 Content Management Economic Benefit
1.6 Eco Systems Drive Content Management
  1.6.1 Storage
1.7 Content Management vs. SOA Integration Implementations
  1.7.1 Standardization Of Interfaces
1.8 Target Markets
1.9 Authoring Tool Technology Vendors
1.10 Systems Integrator Service Providers
1.11 Customer Implementations
1.12 Content Management Positioning
1.13 Content Management Requirements
  1.13.1 Control The Process
1.14 Addressing the Content Lifecycle Challenge
1.15 Advanced Deployment Server
1.16 Content Management Industry Background
1.17 Storage Content Management Solutions
1.18 E-Commerce In Emerging Economies
1.19 Payment Standards For e-Commerce
1.20 Portal Management
1.21 E-Government Challenge
1.22 Internet Site Management
1.23 Business And Personal Travel Planning

2. ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

2.1 Content Management Market Driving Forces
  2.1.1 Content Management Market Driving Forces
  2.1.2 Web 2.0
  2.1.3 Content Control Frameworks
  2.1.4 Internet As A Critical Sales, Service And Communications Channel
2.2 Enterprise Content Management Markets - Total
  2.2.1 Enterprise Content Management Market Shares
  2.2.2 IBM
  2.2.3 EMC
  2.2.4 Open Text
  2.2.5 Interwoven
  2.2.6 Microsoft Sharepoint
  2.2.7 Oracle
  2.2.8 Hyland Software
  2.2.9 Vignette
  2.2.10 Vignette Caching Technology
  2.2.11 Enterprise Content Management Market Forecasts
  2.2.12 Enterprise Content Management Market Segments
  2.2.13 Open Source Software-As-A-Service (SaaS)
  2.2.14 Small and Mid Size Business Content Management
  2.2.15 Co Content-Aware Business Applications
  2.2.16 Life Sciences And Healthcare
  2.2.17 Newspapers
  2.2.18 Web Site Content Management
  2.2.19 Channel and Solution Providers
2.3 Content Management and Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  2.3.1 IBM Sets Defacto Industry Standard For SOA
  2.3.2 SOA Market Shares
  2.3.3 Business Integration Positioned As SOA Middleware
2.4 Enterprise Content Management Solutions Segments
2.5 High End Enterprise Content Management Solutions
  2.5.1 Content Lifecycle
  2.5.2 Storage Content Management Solutions
  2.5.3 System Reliability Return On Investment Advantage Mainframe
  2.5.4 Integration
  2.5.5 Sarbanes-Oxley
2.6 Mid Range Enterprise Content Management Solutions
2.7 Digital Asset Management
  2.7.1 Imaging Content Management Market
2.8 Internet Site / Web Content Management
  2.8.1 Web Content Management Market Forecasts
  2.8.2 Web Content Management Frameworks
2.9 Computer Output Content Management (COLD) Markets
  2.9.1 Computer Output Content Management (COLD) Market Shares
  2.9.2 Computer Output Content Management Market Forecasts
  2.9.3 Computer Generated Content Management Markets – Units and Dollars
2.10 Content Management Pricing and Market Aspects
  2.10.1 Interwoven Content Management Pricing
  2.10.2 Enterprise Content Management Suites Core Components
  2.10.3 Unstructured Data And Document Management Market Trends
2.11 Content Management Regional Analysis
  2.11.1 Open Text solutions
  2.11.2 Asia Pacific Content Management Market

3. CONTENT MANAGEMENT PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 IBM / FileNet
  3.1.1 IBM FileNet Content Manager
  3.1.2 IBM Dominates SOA Market
  3.1.3 IBM Building a Robust Data Integration Layer
  3.1.4 IBM SOA Market Segment
  3.1.5 IBM Content Management SOA BPM
  3.1.6 IBM Content Manager
  3.1.7 IBM Content Manager OnDemand
  3.1.8 IBM FileNet Image Manager (Active Edition)
  3.1.9 IBM FileNet Content Services
  3.1.10 IBM FileNet Connectors for SharePoint
  3.1.11 IBM Content Management portfolio
  3.1.12 IBM FileNet Content Federation Services
3.2 OpenText
  3.2.1 OpenText Real Estate Positioning Challenges
  3.2.2 Open Text Supports Organizational Trust
  3.2.3 OpenText ECM
  3.2.4 OpenText Business Intelligence
  3.2.5 OpenText Business Process Management
  3.2.6 OpenText Compliance & Governance
  3.2.7 OpenText HummingBird Connectivity
  3.2.8 OpenText Contract Management
  3.2.9 OpenText Data Integration
  3.2.10 OpenText Artesia Archiving and Imaging
  3.2.11 OpenText Artesia Digital Asset Management
  3.2.12 OpenText Document Management & Collaboration
  3.2.13 OpenText eLearning & Corporate Training
  3.2.14 OpenText eMail
  3.2.15 OpenText Enterprise Portals
  3.2.16 OpenText Extensions for Lotus Notes
  3.2.17 OpenText Extensions for Microsoft
  3.2.18 OpenText Extensions for Oracle
  3.2.19 OpenText Extensions for SAP Solutions
  3.2.20 OpenText Knowledge Management
  3.2.21 OpenText Project Management
  3.2.22 OpenText Record Management
  3.2.23 OpenText Report and Output Management
  3.2.24 OpenText Transactional Content Management
  3.2.25 OpenText Unified Communications
  3.2.26 OpenText Web Content Management
  3.2.27 OpenText eDOCs
  3.2.28 OpenText LegalKEY
  3.2.29 OpenText Content Services EMC / Documentum
  3.2.30 EMC Business Process Management
  3.2.31 EMC Collaboration and Document Management
  3.2.32 EMC Compliance
  3.2.33 EMC Content Security
  3.2.34 EMC Digital Asset Management
  3.2.35 EMC Document Capture
  3.2.36 EMC Document Platform
  3.2.37 EMC Records Management
  3.2.38 EMC Report Management
  3.2.39 EMC SAP Integration
  3.2.40 EMC Search and Classification
  3.2.41 EMC Transactional Content Management
  3.2.42 EMC Web Content
  3.2.43 EMC Archiving Services
  3.2.44 EMC Compliance Services
  3.2.45 EMC Deployment Services
  3.2.46 EMC Messaging Services
  3.2.47 EMC Services for Microsoft SharePoint Integration
3.3 Interwoven
  3.3.1 Interwoven MediaBin Marketing Asset Management Solution
  3.3.2 Interwoven TeamSite
  3.3.3 Interwoven TeamSite High-performance Repository
  3.3.4 Interwoven TeamSite Unified Approach
  3.3.5 Interwoven TeamPortal
  3.3.6 Interwoven MediaBin Digital Asset Management Solution
  3.3.7 Interwoven DAM-Enabled Brand Marketing Processes
  3.3.8 Interwoven MediaBin
  3.3.9 Interwoven Portal Content Management Integration for Marketing and IT
  3.3.10 Interwoven LiveSite Delivers Content Dynamically
  3.3.11 LiveSite Granular, Component-Level Caching
  3.3.12 Interwoven® Composite Applications – Managing Code Along With The Content Assets
  3.3.13 Interwoven Optimost
  3.3.14 Interwoven MediaBin
  3.3.15 Interwoven Targeting
  3.3.16 Interwoven LiveSite
  3.3.17 Interwoven MetaTagger
  3.3.18 Interwoven OpenDeploy
  3.3.19 Interwoven Control Hub
  3.3.20 Interwoven Team Portal
  3.3.21 Interwoven WorkSite
  3.3.22 Interwoven Universal Search
  3.3.23 Interwoven Record Manager
  3.3.24 Interwoven EnConnect
  3.3.25 Interwoven Scrittura
3.4 Oracle / Stellent
  3.4.1 Oracle Universal Content Management
  3.4.2 Oracle UCM Web Content Management
  3.4.3 Oracle UCM Document Management
  3.4.4 Oracle UCM Digital Asset Management
  3.4.5 Oracle Universal Online Archive
  3.4.6 Oracle Universal Records Management
  3.4.7 Oracle Imaging and Process Management
  3.4.8 Oracle Information Rights Management
  3.4.9 Oracle Outside In Technology
3.5 Microsoft
  3.5.1 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
  3.5.2 Microsoft / SharePoint
3.6 SDL
  3.6.1 SDL Tridion
  3.6.2 SDL Tridion Web Site Globalization
  3.6.3 SDL Tridion Visual BluePrinting
3.7 Vignette
  3.7.1 Vignette Content Management
  3.7.2 Vignette Web Content Management
  3.7.3 Vignette Portals
  3.7.4 Vignette Collaboration
  3.7.5 Vignette Document and Records Management
  3.7.6 Vignette Imaging and Workflow
  3.7.7 Vignette Community
  3.7.8 Vignette Personalization
  3.7.9 Vignette Accelerated Delivery Solutions
  3.7.10 Vignette Interaction Management
  3.7.11 Vignette Enterprise Content Integration
3.8 Magnus Group / Vasont Systems
  3.8.1 Vasont Client / Server CMS for Multi-Channel Publishing
  3.8.2 Vasont Remote User Interface
  3.8.3 Vasont Hosted CMS for Cost-Effective Content Management
  3.8.4 Vasont SG for Small Groups
  3.8.5 Vasont Extensions
3.9 Magnus Group / Vasont Systems
  3.9.1 Vasont Client / Server CMS Target Markets
3.10 Percussion
3.11 Hyland Software
  3.11.1 Hyland Software OnBase®
  3.11.2 Hyland OnBase
3.12 Fatwire Software
  3.12.1 Fatwire Content Server 7 – Doclink
  3.12.2 Fatwire Content Server 7 –Language Packs
  3.12.3 Fatwire Content Server 7 –Satellite Server
  3.12.4 Fatwire TeamUP
  3.12.5 Fatwire Spark pCM
3.13 Ektron
3.14 TIBCO / Spotfire
  3.14.1 TIBCO MDM – Collaborative Information Manager
  3.14.2 TIBCO PortalBuilder
3.15 Adobe / Macromedia
  3.15.1 Adobe GoLive
  3.15.2 Adobe Contribute CS3
  3.15.3 Adobe Contribute Publishing Server
3.16 Alfresco

4. CONTENT MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Web 2.0
  4.1.1 AJAX
  4.1.2 Content Manager UI Assessments
  4.1.3 User Interface Customization Scripting
  4.1.4 Form Field Validation
4.2 Collaborative Document Management
4.3 Document Management Collaboration
  4.3.1 Web Marketing Positioning
  4.3.2 Composite Application Updates
  4.3.3 Automated Deployment
4.4 Google Scale Mainstream Applications Gmail and Google Maps
  4.4.1 Google.com—Search and Personalization
  4.4.2 Google Scholar.
  4.4.3 Google Server Implementation for Web 2.0
  4.4.4 Google Replicates The Web pages
  4.4.5 Google Map / Reduce Framework Runs In Parallel On 1,000 Machines
  4.4.6 Google Global Work Queue
  4.4.7 Communication, Collaboration and Communities
  4.4.8 Google Spent $250 Million On Hardware Equipment In 2004, $1.4 Billion in 2007
  4.4.9 Google Uses 1.8 Million Servers, Search Results, Images, Videos, Emails And Ads
  4.4.10 Google Dynamic Architecture Implementation
  4.4.11 Short Description of Google Search Engine Dynamic Architecture
  4.4.12 Google BigFiles
  4.4.13 Google Repository
4.5 eBay Infrastructure
  4.5.1 Sun Storage Helps Keep The Store Open
  4.5.2 eBay’s Infrastructure Evolution
4.6 Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules Dynamically
  4.6.1 Microsoft Data Center Size
  4.6.2 Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies
  4.6.3 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
4.7 IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0
  4.7.1 IBM Web 2.0 Steps To Deploy Websphere Application Server Using Virtual Image Templates
4.8 IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack
4.9 Facebook
4.10 MySpace
4.11 Reunion
4.12 Software Release Cycle
4.13 iTunes and TiVo
4.14 SIP Integration With IP And Rich Media Applications
  4.14.1 Standards Based Signaling Technology Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).
  4.14.2 SIP Presence
  4.14.3 SIP Actions
  4.14.4 SIP Helps Sales
  4.14.5 SIP Trunks & Benefits
  4.14.6 SIP Reduction In The Cost Of Networking
4.15 SIP PBXs' Based On Linux
4.16 Cisco SIP
  4.16.1 Cisco Unified Communication System
4.17 VoIP Gateways
4.18 Avaya SIP Trunking Incoming Calls Are Proxied Through The PID4-
4.19 Bluenote
  4.19.1 SOA Product Strategy At BlueNote Networks
  4.19.2 SOA Representational State Transfer Is A Mode Of Communication Accessible To Programs And Humans
4.20 Enterprise Communications ROI
4.21 Femto Cell Base Station FMC Services
  4.21.1 Session Border Controller (SBC)
  4.21.2 SPIT Attack Simulation Project
4.22 SIP High-Availability And High-Performance Solution
4.23 Data Preservation Using IntelliCapture™ Technology

5. ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Enterprise Content Management Suite Vendors
  5.1.1 Major Enterprise Content Management Suite Vendors
  5.1.2 Mid-Range ECM
  5.1.3 Specialty MC Vendors
5.2 Adobe / Macromedia
  5.2.1 Adobe Strategy
  5.2.2 Adobe Digital Imaging And Digital Video
  5.2.1 Adobe Customers
  5.2.4 Adobe Financials
  5.2.5 Adobe Ease Of Use For Information Management
5.3 Alfresco
5.4 Autonomy Group / Verity
5.5 Blue Coat Systems
  5.5.1 Blue Coat Solution
  5.5.2 Blue Coat Revenue
  5.5.3 Blue Coat Acquisition of Packeteer
  5.5.4 Blue Coat Systems Customers
5.6 Ektron
  5.6.1 Ektron CMS400.NET Collaborative Community
  5.6.1 Ektron Partners
  5.6.3 Ektron Customers
  5.6.3 Ektron Financials
5.7 EMC
  5.7.1 EMC Acquisitions
  5.7.1 Selected EMC Partners
  5.7.3 Selected EMC Customers
  5.7.3 EMC Revenue
  5.7.5 EMC Segment Information
  5.7.6 EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure
  5.7.7 EMC / Unisys and Expand Relationship in Enterprise Content Management
5.8 FatWire
  5.8.1 FatWire Customers
  5.8.2 FatWire Partners
5.9 Hewlett Packard
  5.9.1 Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products
  5.9.2 HP Products and Services: Segment Information
  5.9.3 Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group
  5.9.4 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
  5.9.5 HP and Tower Software
  5.9.6 Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context 6
5.10 IBM
  5.10.1 IBM Partners
  5.10.2 IBM ECM Customers
  5.10.3 IBM Revenue
  5.10.4 IBM Multinational Computer Technology
  5.10.5 IBM SOA Infrastructure
  5.10.6 IBM WebSphere SOA Business Integration Foundation
  5.10.7 IBM 2008 Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year Revenue
5.11 Informatica
  5.11.1 Informatica Partners
  5.11.2 Informatica Customers
  5.11.3 Informatica Financials
5.12 Intel / Sarvega
  5.12.1 Sarvega
5.13 Interwoven
  5.13.1 Interwoven Engagement/Matter-Centric Collaboration Solution
  5.13.2 Interwoven Revenue
  5.13.3 Interwoven Best Practices Persuasive Content Improves the Customer Experience
  5.13.4 Interwoven Partners
  5.13.5 Interwoven Partner Classifications
5.14 JustSystems
5.14 Magnus Group
  5.15.1 Vasont Systems
  5.15.2 Vasont Partners
  5.15.3 Vasont Systems Consulting Partner / Bright Path Solutions
  5.15.4 Vasont Systems Consulting Partner / Lionbridge
  5.15.5 Vasont Systems Consulting Partner / Wolff and Associates, LLC. Wolff
  5.15.6 Vasont Client / Server
  5.15.7 Vasont ASP Model
  5.15.8 Vasont
  5.15.9 Progressive Information Technologies
5.16 Microsoft
  5.16.1 Microsoft Revenue
  5.16.2 Microsoft Client Revenue
  5.16.3 Microsoft Server and Tools Revenue
  5.16.4 Microsoft Online Services Business Revenue
  5.16.5 Microsoft Business Division Revenue
  5.16.6 Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division
  5.16.7 Microsoft Segment Revenue
  5.16.8 Microsoft Competition
  5.16.9 Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities
  5.16.10 Microsoft Client Segment
  5.16.11 Microsoft Segments
  5.16.12 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
  5.16.13 Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology
  5.16.14 Selected Microsoft Partners
  5.16.15 Microsoft Financials
5.17 OpenText
  5.17.1 Open Text™ As An Independent Software Vendor
  5.17.2 Open Text™ Livelink ECM Product Line
  5.17.3 OpenText Customers
  5.17.4 Open Text Sony Alliance
  5.17.5 Open Text Industry Positioning
  5.17.6 Open Text Strategic Partnerships
  5.17.7 Open Text Strategic Customers
  5.17.8 OpenText Partners
  5.17.9 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
  5.17.10 OpenText Revenue
5.18 Oracle / Stellent
  5.18.1 Oracle Partners
  5.18.2 Oracle Customers
  5.18.3 Oracle Financials
5.19 Percussion
  5.19.1 Percussion Partners
  5.19.2 Percussion Customers
5.20 Tibco
  5.20.1 Tibco Partners
  5.20.2 Tibco Customers
  5.20.3 Tibco Financials
  5.20.4 Tibco Software Integration Software
  5.20.5 Tibco Revenue
  5.20.6 Tibco Revenue:
  5.20.7 Tibco Fourth Quarter Revenue Fiscal 2007
  5.20.8 Tibco Customers
  5.20.9 Tibco Software Fourth Quarter 2007 Revenue
5.21 Terremark
  5.21.1 Terremark Customers
  5.21.2 Terremark Financials
  5.21.3 Terremark Worldwide, Inc. Revenue
  5.21.4 Terremark / Data Return
  5.21.5 Terremark Worldwide Deploys Fully-Configured Production Servers in Minutes
  5.21.6 Terremark Enterprise Cloud Computing
  5.21.7 Terremark Revenue -- Infinistructure, Infinicenter
5.22 Thoma Cressey Bravo / Hyland Software
  5.22.1 Thoma Cressey Bravo Strategy
  5.22.2 Thoma Cressey Bravo Partners
  5.22.3 Thoma Cressey Bravo Customers
  5.22.4 Thoma Cressey Bravo Financials
  5.22.5 Hyland Software
  5.22.6 Hyland Software OnBase Integrated Document Management and Retrieval Solutions
  5.22.7 Hyland Software Integrated Document Management and Workflow:
5.23 TigerLogic Corporation
  5.23.1 TigerLogic Customers
5.24 Vignette
  5.24.1 Vignette Partners
  5.24.2 Vignette Customers
  5.24.3 Vignette Financials
5.25 Yash
5.26 Younts Consulting

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Table ES-1
Content Management Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2
Web 2.0 Internet Content Management Market Driving Forces
Table ES-3
Worldwide Content Management Software Shipments License and Maintenance Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table ES-4
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management (EMC) License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014

Table 1-1
Content Management Digital Asset Uses
Table 1-2
Content Management Technologies
Table 1-3
Lifecycle Requirements For Controlling Content

Table 1-4
Web Publishing Functions
Table 1-5
Content Management Roles
Table 1-6
Web Content Management System Internal User Usability Issues
Table 1-7
Content Management Model Creation Tracking With Work Queues
Table 1-8
Key Content Management Product Features
Table 1-9
Types of content management
Table 1-10
Enterprise Content Management Information Technology Needs
Table 1-11
Key Mission Of Content Management
Table 1-12
Content Management Architecture
Table 1-13
Content Management Infrastructure Functions
Table 1-14
Content Management Platform Functions
Table 1-15
Types of Information Exchanged Using Content Management
Table 1-16
Content Management Efficiency Targets
Table 1-17
Advantages Of Content Management
Table 1-18
Content Management Industry Segments Initiatives
Table 1-19
Benefits Of Advanced Deployment Servers
Table 1-20
Multisite Content Manager Capabilities
Table 1-21
E-Commerce In Emerging Economies

Table 2-1
Content Management Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2
Web 2.0 Internet Content Management Market Driving Forces
Table 2-3
Worldwide Content Management Software Shipments License and Maintenance Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-4
Worldwide Content Management Software Shipments License and Maintenance Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-5
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management (EMC) License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014
Table 2-6
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management (EMC) Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014
Table 2-7
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management (EMC) Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014
Table 2-8
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management (EMC) Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014
Table 2-9
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management Industry Market Segments, 2007
Table 2-10
Worldwide Content Management Industry Segments, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-11
Co Content-Aware Business Applications Functions
Table 2-12
Content Management and Services Oriented Architecture SOA
Table 2-13
Worldwide Service Oriented Architecture SOA Engine Market Shares, 2007
Figure 2-14
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management Solutions Market Segments, 2007
Figure 2-15
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management Solutions Market Segments, 2014
Table 2-16
Worldwide Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Solutions Market Forecasts, 2008-2014

Figure 2-17
Worldwide High End Enterprise Content Management Market Shares, 2007
Table 2-18
Worldwide High End Enterprise Content Management Market Shares, 2007
Table 2-19
Worldwide High End Enterprise Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-20
Worldwide High End Enterprise Content Management Market Units, 2007
Table 2-21
Worldwide High End Enterprise Content Management Market Dollars and Units, 2008-2014
Figure 2-22
Worldwide Mid Range Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-23
Worldwide Mid Range Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Units, 2008-2014
Table 2-24
Worldwide Mid Range Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-25
Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Shares,
2007
Table 2-26
Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Shares, 2007
Figure 2-27
Worldwide Digital Asset Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-28
Worldwide Digital Asset Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Units, 2008-2014
Table 2-29
Worldwide Digital Asset Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-30
Worldwide Web Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Shares, 2007
Table 2-31
Worldwide Web Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Shares, 2007
Figure 2-32
Worldwide Web Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-33
Worldwide Web Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Units, 2008-2014
Table 2-34
Worldwide Web Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars, 2008-2014
Table 2-35
Content Management Framework Modules
Table 2-36
Web Content Management Driving Forces
Table 2-37
Competitive Aspects In The Web Content Management Industry
Figure 2-38
Worldwide Computer Output Content Management (COLD) License and Maintenance Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-39
Worldwide Computer Output Content Management (COLD) License And Maintenance Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-40
Worldwide Computer Output Content Management (COLD) License, Services, And Maintenance Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014
Table 2-41
Worldwide Computer Output Content Management (COLD) License And Maintenance Market Forecasts, Units, 2008-2014
Table 2-42
Worldwide Computer Output Content Management (COLD) License And Maintenance Market Shares, Units and Dollars, 2008-2014
Table 2-43
Enterprise Content Management Suites Core Components:
Table 2-44
Enterprise Content Management Market Aspects
Table 2-45
Competitive Factors In Enterprise Content Management
Figure 2-46
Regional Enterprise Content Management Markets
Table 2-47
Regional Enterprise Content Management Markets

Table 3-1
IBM/FileNet Content Management Solutions
Table 3-2
Features of IBM FileNet Content Manager
Table 3-3
Advantages of IBM FileNet Content Manager
Table 3-4
Features of IBM Content Manager
Table 3-5
Features of IBM Content Manager OnDemand
Table 3-6
IBM Content Manager OnDemand Product line
Table 3-7
Features of IBM FileNet Image Manager (Active Edition)
Table 3-8
Advantages of IBM FileNet Image Manager (Active Edition)
Table 3-9
Features of IBM FileNet Content Services
Table 3-10
Advantages of IBM FileNet Content Services
Table 3-11
Features of IBM FileNet Connectors for SharePoint
Table 3-12
Features of IBM Content Management Portfolio
Table 3-13
Features of IBM FileNet Content Federation Services
Table 3-14
OpenText Content Management Solutions
Table 3-15
OpenText Real Estate Industry document Accessibility Challenges
Table 3-16
OpenText Management Of Content Across Departments
Table 3-17
Benefits of OpenText ECM Content Management
Table 3-18
OpenText Business Process Management Products
Table 3-19
OpenText Compliance and Governance Products
Table 3-20
OpenText Hummingbird Connectivity Products
Table 3-21
OpenText Contract Management Products
Table 3-22
OpenText Archiving and Imaging Products
Figure 3-23
OpenText Artesia Digital Asset Management hub
Table 3-24
OpenText Livelink ECM - Document & Collaboration
Management Products
Table 3-25
OpenText E-Mail Products
Table 3-26
OpenText Livelink ECM Extensions for Lotus Notes
Table 3-27
OpenText Livelink ECM Extensions for Microsoft
Table 3-28
OpenText Extensions for Oracle
Table 3-29
OpenText Extensions for SAP Solutions
Table 3-30
OpenText Knowledge Management Products
Table 3-31
OpenText Project Management Products
Table 3-32
OpenText Record Management
Table 3-33
OpenText Report and Output Management products
Table 3-34
OpenText Transactional Content Management Products
Table 3-35
OpenText eDOCS Products
Table 3-36
OpenText LegalKEY Products
Table 3-37
OpenText Content Services Products
Table 3-38
EMC Content Management Solutions
Table 3-39
EMC Business Process Management Products
Table 3-40
EMC Collaboration and Document Management Products
Table 3-41
EMC Compliance Products
Table 3-42
EMC Content Security Products
Table 3-43
EMC Digital Asset Management Products
Table 3-44
EMC Document Capture Captiva Families Products
Table 3-45
EMC Document Platform Products
Table 3-46
EMC Records Management Products
Table 3-47
EMC Report Management Products
Table 3-48
EMC SAP Integration Products
Table 3-49
EMC Search and Classification Products
Table 3-50
EMC Transactional Content Management Products
Table 3-51
EMC Web Content Management Products
Table 3-52
EMC Archiving Services Benefits
Table 3-53
Interwoven Content Management Solutions
Table 3-54
List of Interwoven Content Management Solutions
Table 3-55
Benefits of Interwoven Teamsite
Table 3-56
Interwoven TeamSite Business Users Features
Table 3-57
Interwoven Products For Maximizing Online Business Performance
Table 3-58
Interwoven Web Content Management (WCM) Core Functions
Table 3-59
Interwoven MediaBin Digital Asset Management Positioning
Table 3-60
Interwoven Digital Asset Management Solution Functions
Table 3-61
Interwoven Improvements To Customer Experience
Table 3-62
Interwoven MediaBin Image Transformation Efficiencies
Table 3-63
Media Bin Advanced Platform Functions
Table 3-64
Interwoven Automation Of The Delivery Of Dynamic Content To Websites
Table 3-65
Interwoven LiveSite Dramatically Accelerates Time-To-Market Functions
Table 3-66
Interwoven TeamSite Content Management Innovations
Table 3-67
Benefits of Interwoven Optimost
Table 3-68
Benefits of Interwoven MediaBin
Table 3-69
Benefits of Interwoven Targeting
Table 3-69
Benefits of Interwoven LiveSite
Table 3-70
Benefits of Interwoven Metatagger
Table 3-71
Benefits of Interwoven OpenDeploy
Table 3-72
Benefits of Interwoven ControlHub Content Management
Table 3-73
Benefits of Interwoven Team Portal
Table 3-74
Benefits of Interwoven Worksite
Table 3-75
Benefits of Interwoven Universal Search
Figure 3-76
Interwoven Enconnect DTCC Configurations
Figure 3-77
Interwoven Scrittura Messaging Platform
Table 3-78
Benefits of Interwoven Scrittura
Table 3-79
List of Oracle Content Management Solutions
Table 3-80
Features of Oracle Universal Content Management
Table 3-81
Benefits of Oracle Universal Content Management
Table 3-82
Features of Oracle UCM Web Content Management
Table 3-83
Features of Oracle UCM Document Management
Table 3-84
Benefits of Oracle UCM Document Management
Table 3-85
Benefits of Oracle UCM Digital Asset Management
Table 3-86
Features of Oracle Universal Online Archive
Table 3-87
Benefits of Oracle Universal Online Archive
Table 3-88
Benefits of Oracle Universal Records Management
Table 3-89
Features of Oracle Imaging and Process Management
Table 3-90
benefits of Oracle Imaging and Process Management
Table 3-91
benefits of Oracle Information Rights Management
Table 3-92
Benefits of Oracle Outside In Technology
Table 3-93
Oracle Outside In Technology Product Suite
Table 3-94
Microsoft Enterprise Content Management Features
Table 3-95
Open Text / Microsoft Livelink ECM Integration Functionality For Office SharePoint Server
Table 3-96
Microsoft SharePoint License Positioning
Table 3-97
Microsoft SharePoint ECM Strengths
Table 3-98
Microsoft SharePoint ECM Weaknesses
Table 3-98
Microsoft SharePoint ECM Weaknesses
Table 3-99
SDL Tridion
Table 3-100
Vignette Content Management Solutions
Table 3-101
Vignette Web Content Management Products
Table 3-102
Vignette Portals Content Management Products
Table 3-103
Vignette Collaboration Content Management Products
Table 3-104
Vignette Document and Records Management Products
Table 3-105
Vignette Imaging and Workflow Products
Table 3-106
Vignette Community Products
Figure 3-107
Vignette Enterprise Content Integration Studio
Figure 3-108
Vasont Content Management System Multi-Channel Publishing
Table 3-109
Vasont Content Management System Products
Table 3-110
Vasont Extensions tools
Table 3-111
Vasont Feature, Description, Benefit
Figure 3-112
Percussion Rhythmyx Content Driven Applications
Table 3-113
Hyland Software OnBase Enterprise Content Management Modules
Table 3-114
Hyland Software OnBase Benefits:
Table 3-115
Fatwire Software Content management System
Table 3-116
Benefits of Ektron cms400.net Web Content Management
Table 3-117
Tibco Content Management Solutions
Figure 3-118
Tibco MDM Collaborative Information Manager Components
Table 3-119
Features of Tibco MDM Collaborative Information Manager
Table 3-120
Features of Tibco PortalBuilder
Table 3-121
Adobe Content Management Solutions
Table 3-122
Features of Adobe Contribute CS3 Content Management
Table 3-123
Alfresco Lifecycle Management Functions

Table 4-1
AJAX Aspects
Table 4-2
Collaborative Document Management Functions
Table 4-3
Document Management Collaboration Modules
Table 4-4
Document Management Collaboration Module Features
Table 4-5
Insurance Industry Pages Appropriate For Use By Web Savvy Consumers
Table 4-6
Google Use of Ajax Technology
Table 4-7
WinterGreen Research Server Energy Costs for 14 Servers with 3 Processors
Figure 4-8
Google Dynamic Architecture Source: Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page
Figure 4-9
Repository Data Structure
Figure 4-10
Architecture.EBay
Table 4-11
Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules
Figure 4-12
MegaData Center Capital Expenditures
Figure 4-13
Microsoft .NET assemblies:
Figure 4-14
Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
Figure 4-15
Steps To Deploy IBM WebSphere Application Server Using A Virtual Image Template
Figure 4-16
WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment Installation And Configuration Steps
Figure 4-17
IBM Web Architecture
Table 4-18
Facebook Description. 2007 to April 2008
Table 4-19
MySpace Metrics
Table 4-20
Reunion Metrics
Table 4-21
Session Initiation Protocol SIP Benefits
Table 4-22
avaya.com SIP Protocols
Table 4-23
Avaya SIP Creates System Flexibility
Figure 4-24
Cisco Unified Communication System
Table 4-25
Transitioning From Physical To Virtual Contact Centers
Figure 4-26
Fixed Mobile Convergence Handset Illustration

Table 5-1
Adobe Target Market Strategy
Table 5-2
Blue Coat Security Solution –
Table 5-3
EMC VMWare Virtual Infrastructure Business Revenue Growth Positioning
Table 5-4
Hewlett Packard Global Positioning
Table 5-5
Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Vertical Markets
Table 5-6
Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Reducing Risk During Litigation
Table 5-7
Hewlett Packard Tower Software Microsoft Office® Documents
Table 5-8
Hewlett Packard Tower TRIM Context Features Overview
Figure 5-9
IBM Revenue and Income
Table 5-10
Interwoven Engagement/Matter-Centric Collaboration Solution Functions
Figure 5-11
Selected InterWoven Brands Supported
Table 5-12
Microsoft Response to Security Vulnerabilities
Table 5-13
Open Text Content Management Functions
Table 5-14
Key Factors Distinguishing Open Text Livelink ECM
Figure 5-15
Selected OpenText LiveLink Partners
Table 5-16
Selected Open Text Customers
Figure 5-17
Artesia Partners
Table 5-18
Terremark's Enterprise Cloud Functions
Table 5-19
Hyland Software OnBase Workflow Core Features
Table 5-20
YASH Comprehensive Service Approach Holistic View
Table 5-21
Yosh Business Process, Business Environment Initiatives

COMPANIES PROFILED

IBM
EMC
OpenText
Adobe / Macromedia
Alfresco
Autonomy Group / Verity
Blue Coat Systems
Ektron
EMC / Documentum
FatWire
Hewlett Packard / Tower Software
IBM / WebSphere SOA / FileNet
Informatica
Intel / Sarvega
MicroSoft
Interwoven
JustSystems
Magnus Group / Vasont
Microsoft / SharePoint
OpenText / Artesia / RedDot
Oracle / Stellent
Percussion
Tibco
Terremark
Thoma Cressey Bravo / Hyland Software
TigerLogic Corporation
Vignette
Yash
Younts Consulting
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