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EBRD selects Documentum platform for Web content management

23 August 2002  |  3151 views  |  0 EBRD selects Documentum platform for Web content management

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has chosen Documentum's Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform to manage its Internet, intranet and extranet content.

Once live, Documentum will be managing more than 18,000 Web pages and 60,000 files across all of EBRD's sites. The bank's intranet is used by 1200 staff in London and at 32 regional offices to share information. Implementation will be handled by Documentum partner the Sword Group.

Alexey Palagin, EBRD's I-net client manager, says the new platform will lead to closer integration between the sites and make it easier for non-technical staff to create content. He adds: "Documentum's XML basis means it should integrate well with our existing applications and core systems."

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