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Capgemini framework adds Documentum control to SharePoint

by | Nov 2, 2010

Capgemini said its Collaboration+ framework helps businesses execute processes, such as asset and human resources management, more efficiently while meeting compliance standards.Consultancy company Capgemini has launched an enterprise framework that integrates EMC’s Documentum enterprise content management technologies with Microsoft’s SQL and SharePoint platforms.

Capgemini said its Collaboration+ framework helps businesses execute processes, such as asset and human resources management, more efficiently while meeting compliance standards.

The company said the framework automates processes, allowing different departments within companies to collaborate while maintaining confidentiality and improving security. Capgemini estimated that the framework could help businesses lower costs 25 to 45 percent and double or quadruple employee productivity.

“The combination of the Microsoft SQL and SharePoint products, along with the content management, storage and consulting expertise of our partners, will provide a solution that streamlines information management,” said Paul Nannetti, global leader of Business Information Management Service Line at Capgemini.

V3.co.uk reports a panel of experts at EMC’s Momentum conference recently urged enterprise content management vendors to find ways of working with SharePoint. Ovum analyst Mike Davis estimates that SharePoint is now used by 60 to 70 percent of organizations, and programs like EMC Documentum provides structure to the platform.