Frappaolo, Carl
September 2008
Infonomics;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
The article offers background information about the characteristics and functions of persons who are named and featured as Those Who Get It in the industry. Those Who Get It is comprised of business executives who have seized control of enterprise content management (ECM) within their organizations and positioned it at a strategic level, increased collaboration and knowledge exchange while they minimized risk and maximized compliance. These executives are known to be pioneers of adaptive business models that exploit technology to organize and lend clarity to data. They also understand the people side of ECM, ask questions related to ECM, and strive to make ECM technology and practices transparent.


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