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ECM Means Business

June 1, 2009 No comments yet

More than once I have blogged on the emergence of ECM as a specialized obscure practice within techno-geeks into the limelight of critical business applications. In my last blog post (“ECM It was the Best of Times, it Was the Worst of Times) I discussed how according to popular news sources, ECM was responsible for […]

ECM – “It Was The Best of Times, It Was The Worst of Times”

May 20, 2009 2 comments

Those that know me, as well as loyal readers of this blog, know that I am an ECM zealot – some say a nerd. So perhaps this post is just another ranting – but I felt compelled to reiterate myself because of certain current events. I entitle this post with a familiar quote from Charles […]

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