Managing documents doesn't have to be a headache for your teams, as there are digital solutions like Alfresco that provide tools for secure content management.
"Alfresco offers innovative content management solutions that connect, manage and protect the most important information of the company, regardless of its location", explains the company on its website. It is an ideal solution for distributed or remote teams, as they will have their documents in one place, secure and accessible to everyone.
More than 11 million people work directly with Alfresco, belonging to companies and organizations in more than 190 countries around the world. Why has it gained so much popularity? Because it offers an easy way for people to interact much faster with the information they need, which also helps companies respond to the risks and opportunities of the moment.
Alfresco Content Services (ECM)
Document scanning and capture
Alfresco Intelligence Services (AI)
Business intelligence, analysis and information
Alfresco Process Services (BPM)
Alfresco Governance Services (RM)
Information Lifecycle Management
Security and controlled access
Electronic Discovery and Legal Holds
Federation and on-site management
Open source editions
Alfresco Cloud (PaaS)
Companies are interested in Alfresco because it allows them to store and organize documents, making it easy to find and collaborate across teams. Although Alfresco's main work is associated with document management, it also offers companies solutions for web content management, records management, collaborative work, business process management, among others.
Alfresco is used by those companies, whether they are small, medium or large, that need to organize the management of their documents, centralizing the information in a single platform to facilitate access by the entire team.
"It allows companies to increase the productivity of workers, manage valuable information and offer exceptional experiences to customers," Alfresco says on its website. Companies like Cisco, Estrella Galicia and LexisNexis already use this platform.
An Enterprise Content Management software is a platform used to manage the entire life cycle of an organization's content, such as documents, images, contracts, etc. "The goal of an ECM solution is to reduce risk and improve productivity, efficiency and customer experience by eliminating paper-based tasks and improving process visibility", they explained on the Hyland portal.