Enterprise content management (ECM) has proved to be a profitable solution for many businesses, the use of which can help reduce the cost and time involved with document processing.
According to a recent announcement from email, file and SharePoint archiving solutions provider Mimosa Systems, ECM solutions have been profitable not just for businesses but also for value-added resellers (VARs) and systems integrators who use the Microsoft SharePoint platform.
"We are experiencing a surge of activity with SharePoint and expect it to continue to empower operational efficiencies driven by collaboration," said Daniel Vogt, director of marketing for Statera.
Mimosa”s SharePoint management product, NearPoint, adds to SharePoint”s ECM services by boosting data retention, discovery and item-level recovery. It allows users to capture various types of content and associated metadata, perform continuous capture, and preserve the relationships between sites and content. NearPoint also allows provides full-text indexing and proactive eDiscovery.
"We are excited at the enormous growth opportunity for our partners in the area of SharePoint archiving," said Mimosa CEO T.M. Ravi, CEO of Mimosa Systems. "The astronomic success of SharePoint clearly establishes it as one of the leading business applications of 2009."
The Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is expected to grow at an average annual growth rate of 25 percent over the next four years, reported The Radicati Group.