EngagePoint™ Releases Content 3.3

04/6/16 - Press Release

Comprehensive Content Management Solution that allows users to access content wherever it resides within the enterprise.

EngagePoint announced the release of EngagePoint Content 3.3, a software solution that allows users to access and manage content wherever it resides within the enterprise. Content provides a single interface for search, retrieval, storage and migration of content across the enterprise. Its federated model means that customers benefit from a unified, standards-based, virtual repository, no matter how many physical content repositories exist within their enterprise.

HHS enterprises are responsible for maintaining multiple repositories of content to support their operations. These include internal and customer content repositories (eg. citizen, provider) that are accessed by multiple applications across the enterprise. Staff and citizens are required to go through multiple channels to access content in this environment. As a result, time and money is lost when no mechanism exists to consolidate access to the multiple repositories. EngagePoint Content addresses these issues by providing a single point of access, control and analytics driven migration of content across multiple repositories across the enterprise.

With this release, Content supports the following key capabilities:
– Master Document Index Management – allows client to index the content across the various EDMS platforms that are connected to the product, as well as from internal document repositories;
– Master Structure Model – allows client to import the document repository storage structure
– Analytics Based Migration – the ICM feature provides ability to move documents from one repository to another, based on a preconfigured set of business rules;

“Large enterprises may use multiple Electronic Document Management Systems for varying cost of ownership,” said EngagePoint CEO Pradeep Goel. “EngagePoint Content analytics can automatically determine how the enterprise data should be distributed for maximum performance at lowest cost.”