White Papers

The demand for ECM solutions is growing rapidly as organizations embrace the vision of managing content assets throughout their life cycle. The topic, however, still remains a complex one and requires thorough studying.

White Papers by Orienge

We believe that those who are interested in Enterprise Content Management will enjoy reading ECM white papers written by most experienced Orienge specialists:

Big Data in ECM. What is Big Data from the perspective of modern corporate systems and information technologies? How is it used in day-to-day life? Where is the starting point for Big Data in ECM, and what does reaching this point mean for you? Find the answers in this new article by Orienge expers.
Integrating ERP Circle System with Invoice Approval System. Despite the fact that some up-to-date accounting systems have BPM engines, there are several reasons to implement a separate invoice approval automation solution. Naturally, to ensure the required efficiency the systems need to be integrated. The white paper will help you understand how the integration works and what benefits it is going to bring you.
Why Azure Is One of Just Two Leaders in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Application PaaS. In early 2014, Gartner released its Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Application Platform as a Service recognizing Microsoft Windows Azure and salesforce.com as leaders in the marketplace. What makes Windows Azure, released in 2010, so powerful? The article gives you a look into this PaaS solution benefits.
How to Organize Your Informational Space. Every company, no matter if it is a small startup or a multinational corporation, faces the same challenge – surviving under heaps of documents and other corporate content. What are the recipes for combatting the hydra of corporate information? Read this article to find out yours.
ECM Efficiency. ECM systems and ECM-based solutions are that sort of systems whose efficiency can hardly be measured. Here at Orienge, we have tried to solve this task and are proud to introduce a unique methodology for evaluating an ECM system’s economic effect in this “ECM Efficiency” article.
Understanding the Importance of Agile ECM. The concept of Agile ECM (Enterprise Content Management) has emerged as a response to the challenges of our time. The promises of an Agile ECM system are: adaptation to a constantly changing business environment; support of new management styles and methods; and, maintaining control, having clarity, and regulating the execution of business processes and their performance. This article briefly examines the premises and structure of Agile ECM and why they are important to your company.
How Conterra Matches Agile ECM Concept. This article examines the most important characteristics of Agile ECM and provides a closer look at the agile features of Orienge Conterra such as rapid deployment, focus on solving business challenges, flexible business process support, including content into business processes.
Intelligent Invoice Recognition: What and Why. When organizations think of automating Accounts Payable and Invoice Management (AP/IM), the front end of the process is commonly referred to as invoice capture and gets a lot of attention. Why do businesses pay such great attention to invoice capture? What does invoice capture mean to your organization and can these automated solutions guarantee benefit to any AP department in any organization?

Links to Other ECM White Papers

We would also recommend you to read the following white papers on ECM issues written by unbiased observers and posted in most popular web magazines:

An Agile Enterprise CMS – What's That? Working towards a better understanding of Agile ECM the author defines the concept, outlines Agile ECM key functionalities, draws a brief comparison between Traditional ECM and Agile ECM, and analyzes some examples of ECMs with agile characteristics. Read this article to be able to distinguish a “full-flight Agile ECM” from a “damp squib”.
Facts about paper and paper waste. Do you know that Americans discard 4 million tons of office paper every year – enough to build a 12-foot high wall of paper from New York to California? Do you know that if everyone in the US sent one less holiday card, we would save over 50,000 cubic yards of paper? Do you know that when paper rots or is composted it emits methane gas which is 25 times more toxic than CO2? Do you know that the link above will lead you to one of the most interesting fact sheet you’ve ever read?
S.O.C.I.A.L. - Emergent Enterprise Social Networking Use Cases. Enterprise Social Networking (ESN) is a relatively new phenomenon. It refers to the application of Internet platforms for relationship building and short message exchanges in the context of workplace communication. While a number of case studies have provided evidence of its usefulness, a more comprehensive and structured overview of ESN is needed. This study is a cross-case comparison of five in-depth ESN case studies that have elicited use practices using genre analysis.