In 2016 and 2018, CIO Review Magazine recognized Computhink’s ECM Contentverse for its matter management utility and its intelligent workflow respectively. Now, CIO Review recognizes Computhink in their top twenty most promising content service platform solution providers of the year. While many modern content service providers only offer named seats or mainly promote cloud access to their platform, Contentverse’s versatile deployment, feature set, and integration options demonstrate Computhink’s commitment to offering clients a wealth of customization opportunities.
Computhink’s Enterprise Content Management solution, Contentverse, is fast, secure, and easy to use for storing and managing the files of any organization. Contentverse is designed to free up space, organize your office, and streamline the flow of data. Administrators and users find Contentverse simple to adopt, and easy to incorporate into, existing business processes. Documents can be scanned, electronically saved, drag-and-dropped, or generated by third party applications, in any format, and saved into Contentverse where they are easily found and made accessible for collaboration.
Some regulatory requirements prohibit cloud content management, multi-tenancy server storage of sensitive government/customer data, or open internet access on-site. There are also several verticals that benefit from cloud storage and file management. Contentverse can be deployed in hosted, on-premise, and/or hybrid environments. The hybrid deployment option opens up a wide variety of deployed, hosted and on-premise, server/services, storage, and database options. This gives customers flexibility, opening availability to virtually every industry.
With Contentverse 2020’s new Enterprise Online client, users experience full functionality via a streamlined, responsive interface, no matter from which browser they access it. With the option to leverage SSL encryption for web clients, accessing Contentverse over the internet is more secure than ever. Contentverse 2020’s Content Sentinel feature also allows users to give controlled access of select documents to those outside of the system, allowing for sharing while maintaining absolute security. The new High Compression PDF technology in this latest version of the solution frees up storage space and enhances performance and speed.
CIO Review is a technology magazine guiding enterprises through the ever-changing business landscape with key information on solutions and services. The magazine serves as a knowledge source for C-suite executives, industry experts, IT buyers, and other decision-makers to share their valuable insights about new enterprise technology trends. CIO Review compiled a list of the twenty most promising content service platform providers to guide organizations in harnessing the power of contemporary content management technologies and ensure effective automation of content-related processes. The magazine has recognized Computhink as one of the most promising content service platform solution providers.
You can take a look at Computhink’s place on the list in CIO Review’s latest issue here. You can also read their piece on Computhink, Contentverse, and the latest version of the ECM solution here.
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