EMC’s enterprise content management solutions have helped a variety of companies improve efficiency and upgrade operations. Now, the city of Sacramento is looking to the vendor’s ECM tools, as well as other options, to go paperless and transform its IT infrastructure.
EMC recently announced that the city has adopted its Documentum xCP solution, which includes ECM, business process management, records management and intelligent capture features. By leveraging the platform, Sacramento has reduced its storage, operations and processes costs by more than $500,000 annually by switching to a paperless environment.
“We are a technology driven organization and committed to providing quality public service,” city clerk Shirley Concolino said. “Documentum xCP has enabled us to ensure that the city’s legislative processes are open, public and accessible. By converging services, technology and information, we can better connect citizens and government to improve our customer’s experience.”
EMC’s storage solutions have helped the company receive industry-wide acclaim. Market research firm IDC named it the No. 1 storage provider in its Storage Users Demand Study, which included responses from more than 1,000 organizations in 15 countries.