NEW YORK , Sept. 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nuxeo, maker of the leading, cloud-native content services platform, today announced a strategic partnership with Simflofy, provider of Content Integration Services. The partnership enables Nuxeo’s customers to intelligently meet their ECM objectives by connecting to content where it lives, whether in legacy Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems or business applications, and removes the cost, pain and risk of content migrations typically associated with ECM implementations.
“Traditional ECM involves storing all of your content in a single repository. But, enterprises have found that this approach simply doesn’t work and are left with a patchwork of business applications and processes built around different silos. With all those existing applications and processes connecting to content, migrating to a new system represents a huge undertaking,” said Eric Barroca, CEO, Nuxeo. “The partnership between Nuxeo and Simflofy takes a more intelligent approach. Organizations get all the benefits of an ECM system without having to move their content. And, when the organization is ready, they can move their content at their own pace, avoiding the pain of a huge migration.”
Nuxeo is a complete, cloud-native content services platform that streamlines content-intensive processes by presenting information in context. Nuxeo leverages advanced metadata modeling to ensure that knowledge and case workers only see the information they need, facilitating efficient, informed decisions. Simflofy provides connectivity to a broad range of siloed content repositories, including legacy ECM systems, business and productivity applications, cloud storage and Electronic File Sync and Share (EFSS) solutions. Together, Nuxeo and Simflofy help organizations intelligently achieve their ECM objectives.
“Customers around the world leverage Simflofy to break down silos and consolidate content repositories. We help customers that need to manage billions or even tens of billions of documents, and Nuxeo is the only Content Services Platform we’ve found that scales to the numbers that Simflofy’s Content Integration Server was designed to support,” said Mark Lugert, CEO, Simflofy. “We’re excited about working with Nuxeo because it is a modern Content Services Platform, built for the Cloud and the world of big data.”
Simflofy breaks down content silos. Simflofy’s Content Integration Services provides access to content from over twenty different Enterprise Content Management and Electronic File Sync and Share platforms through a single service. Those same Content Integration Services can be used to migrate content from over sixty different ECM, EFSS, email servers and other document platforms. Simflofy was designed to support federations and migrations with billions to tens of billions of documents. Simflofy has customers around the world in various verticals including Finance, Insurance, Manufacturing and Government.
Nuxeo, developer of the leading, cloud-native content services platform, is reinventing enterprise content and digital asset management. Nuxeo is fundamentally changing how people work with both data and content to realize new value from digital information. Its cloud-native, hyper-scalable content services platform has been deployed by large enterprises, mid-sized businesses and government agencies worldwide. Customers like Verizon, Boeing, Electronic Arts, and the Department of Defense have used Nuxeo’s technology to transform the way they do business. Founded in 2008, the company is based in New York with offices across the United States and Europe. Additional information is available at https://www.nuxeo.com/
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