Digital Asset Management (DAM) Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2008-2014

Table of Contents

 

Digital Asset Management Executive Summary  ES-1

Digital Asset Management ES-1

Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces  ES-2

Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Shares  ES-4

Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Forecasts  ES-5

 

1. Digital Asset Management Market Description

and Market Dynamics  1-1

1.1   Business Functional Digital Technology For Information

Sharing  1-1

1.1.1    Digital Asset Management for Marketing  1-3

1.1.2    DAM Used To Tailor Marketing and Advertising

Content To Different Target Audiences  1-4

1.2   ROI for Digital Asset Management 1-11

1.2.1    DAM Distribution Expense ROI Metrics  1-13

1.3   Digital Asset Management (DAM) 1-21

1.4   Digital Asset Brand Management Capabilities  1-22

1.4.1    Management Requirements Imposed on Builder Role  1-26

1.4.2    User Interface Customization  1-28

1.4.3    User Customized Wizards May Not Map To A

 Particular Process  1-29

1.4.4    Work Queues  1-29

1.4.5    Help Subsystem   1-31

1.4.6    Usability Requirements Model Builder 1-32

1.4.7    Key Content Management Product Features  1-32

1.5   Web Publishing  1-35

1.5.1    Web Publishing Expanding Beyond Marginalized

Departmental Sites  1-37

1.5.2    Digital Asset Management and Web Publishing

Depend on Improved Security  1-39

1.5.3    Web Content Management System Cultural Collision  1-39

1.5.4    Web Content Management System   1-40

1.6   Content Management In Different Size Organizations  1-41

1.6.1    Rapid Product Introductions And Multi-Channel Marketing

 Campaigns  1-43

Digital Technology Information Sharing For Business Functions  1-44

1.7   Web 2.0 Internet Scale Mainstream Applications  1-45

1.7.1    Web 2.0 Design Patterns  1-46

1.7.2    Data is Next for Web 2.0  1-47

1.7.3    Network Effects  1-47

1.7.4    Collaboration  1-47

1.7.5    Social Networking Heuristics  1-48

1.7.6    Wiki-Style Collaborative Editing  1-49

 

 

 

 

2      Digital Asset Management Market Shares and Forecasts  2-1

2.1   Digital Asset Management 2-1

2.1.1    Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces  2-2

2.2   Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Shares  2-4

2.3   Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Forecasts  2-7

2.3.1    Imaging Digital Asset Management Market 2-11

2.3.2    Digital Asset Management Solutions for Small

And Medium Retail Business  2-12

2.3.3    Digital Asset Management Solutions Advantages  2-12

2.4   Digital Asset Management Regional Analysis  2-15

2.4.1    Open Text Solutions  2-19

2.4.2    Asia Pacific Digital Asset Management Market 2-20

 

 

3. Digital Asset Management (DAM) Product Description   3-1

3.1   Artesia Digital Media Group  3-1

3.1.1    Open Text / Artesia Digital Asset Management 3-5

3.1.2    Artesia Digital Asset Management for The

Entertainment Industry  3-5

3.1.3    Artesia Repurposing Of Content 3-5

3.1.4    Artesia Management of Video Shooting,

Streaming, and Instant Indexing  3-6

3.1.5    Artesia Provides Different Ways Of Viewing Content 3-7

3.1.6    Digital Asset Management Software In

Artesia Digital Media Group  3-9

3.1.7    OpenText / Artesia  3-11

OpenText Artesia Archiving and Imaging  3-13

OpenText Artesia Digital Asset Management 3-15

OpenText Document Management & Collaboration  3-16

3.2   EMC Digital Asset Management 3-21

EMC Document Capture  3-22

3.2.1    EMC / Documentum   3-23

EMC Business Process Management 3-25

EMC Collaboration and Document Management 3-26

EMC Compliance  3-29

3.3   Interwoven MediaBin Marketing Asset Management Solution  3-29

Interwoven MediaBin Digital Asset Management Solution  3-31

Interwoven DAM-Enabled Brand Marketing Processes  3-33

Interwoven MediaBin  3-34

Interwoven Portal Content Management Integration for

Marketing and IT  3-39

Interwoven MediaBin  3-39

Interwoven Targeting  3-40

3.4   Oracle UCM Document Management 3-40

Oracle UCM Digital Asset Management 3-41

Oracle Universal Online Archive  3-41

Oracle Imaging and Process Management 3-43

Oracle Information Rights Management 3-45

Oracle Outside In Technology  3-45

3.5   Microsoft 3-47

3.6   IBM FileNet Image Manager (Active Edition) 3-51

IBM Content Manager OnDemand  3-53

3.6.1    IBM Digital Asset Management Solutions  3-54

3.6.2    IBM / Ancept Media Server Partnership  3-58

3.7   North Plains Systems  3-60

3.8   Clear Story Systems Enterprise DAM Solutions  3-61

3.8.1    ClearStory Enterprise Digital Media Chain  3-63

3.8.2    ClearStory Digital Media Services Platform   3-65

3.8.3    ClearStory Digital Media Portals and Image Libraries  3-67

3.8.4    ClearStory Presentation Management 3-67

3.8.5    ClearStory Hosted Digital Asset Management (DAM) 3-68

3.9   Vignette Imaging and Workflow   3-68

Vignette Community  3-70

 

4. Digital Asset Management Technology  4-1

4.1   Digital Advertising & Content

Monetization  4-1

4.1.1    Peer-to-Peer Networks  4-5

4.1.2    iTunes & iPod  4-5

4.1.3    Digital Video Recorders  4-5

4.1.4    Sling Media  4-6

4.1.5    Play Station Portable  4-6

4.1.6    Online DVD Rentals  4-7

4.1.7    Video-on-Demand  4-7

4.1.8    Computing & Compression Technologies  4-8

4.1.9    Memory & Storage Technologies  4-8

4.1.10  Fiber-To-The Neighborhood & Fiber-To The-Home  4-9

4.1.11  Blue Tooth and WiMax Deployment 4-9

4.1.12  Collapse of Content Window   4-9

4.1.13  Emergence of IPTV   4-10

4.1.14  Digital Cinema  4-10

4.1.15  Online Social Networks & Blogs  4-10

4.1.16  Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! 4-11

4.2   Digitization Shifts Drive Enterprises to

Adapt to More Rapid Change  4-11

4.3   Digital Asset Management (DAM) for the

Intelligence Community – Key Technologies  4-14

4.4   Digital Content Technology Issues  4-20

4.5   Web 2.0  4-21

4.5.1    AJAX   4-23

4.5.2    Web Content Manager UI Assessments  4-25

4.5.3    User Interface Customization Scripting  4-25

4.5.4    Form Field Validation  4-26

4.5.5    Content Management Used To Index And

Coordinate Unstructured Data  4-26

4.5.6    Lifecycle Control of Content 4-28

4.5.7    Content Management Economic Benefit 4-30

4.6   Eco Systems Drive Digital Asset Content Management 4-33

4.6.1    Storage  4-34

4.7   Content Management vs. SOA Integration Implementations  4-35

4.7.1    Standardization Of Interfaces  4-36

4.8   Target Markets  4-37

4.9   Authoring Tool Technology Vendors  4-37

4.10     Collaborative Document Management 4-38

4.10.1  Document Management Collaboration  4-42

4.10.2  Web Marketing Positioning  4-45

 

 

5. Enterprise Content Management Company Profiles  5-1

5.1   Enterprise Content Management Suite Vendors  5-1

5.1.1    Major Enterprise Content Management Suite Vendors  5-2

5.1.2    Mid-Range ECM    5-3

5.1.3    Specialty MC Vendors  5-4

5.2   Adobe / Macromedia  5-5

5.2.1    Adobe Strategy  5-5

5.2.2    Adobe Digital Imaging And Digital Video  5-9

5.2.1 Adobe Customers  5-9

5.2.4    Adobe Financials  5-10

5.2.5    Adobe Ease Of Use For Information Management 5-14

5.3   Alfresco  5-15

5.4   Autonomy Group / Verity  5-18

5.5   Blue Coat Systems  5-19

5.5.1    Blue Coat Solution  5-20

5.5.2    Blue Coat Revenue  5-23

5.5.3    Blue Coat Acquisition of Packeteer 5-24

5.5.4    Blue Coat Systems Customers  5-25

5.6   Ektron  5-25

5.6.1    Ektron CMS400.NET Collaborative Community  5-26

5.6.1 Ektron Partners  5-28

5.6.3    Ektron Customers  5-28

5.6.3 Ektron Financials  5-29

5.7   EMC   5-29

5.7.1    EMC Acquisitions  5-30

5.7.1 Selected EMC Partners  5-31

5.7.3    Selected EMC Customers  5-31

5.7.3 EMC Revenue  5-32

5.7.5    EMC Segment Information  5-33

5.7.6    EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure  5-38

5.7.7    EMC / Unisys and Expand Relationship in

Enterprise Content Management 5-48

5.8   FatWire  5-49

5.8.1 FatWire Customers  5-50

5.8.2    FatWire Partners  5-50

5.9   Hewlett Packard  5-51

5.9.1    Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products  5-51

5.9.2    HP Products and Services: Segment Information  5-52

5.9.3    Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group  5-53

5.9.4    Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers  5-54

5.9.5    HP and Tower Software  5-55

5.9.6    Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context 6  5-58

5.10     IBM    5-64

5.10.1  IBM Partners  5-65

5.10.2  IBM ECM Customers  5-66

5.10.3  IBM Revenue  5-66

5.10.4  IBM Multinational Computer Technology  5-68

5.10.5  IBM SOA Infrastructure  5-68

5.10.6  IBM WebSphere SOA Business Integration Foundation  5-69

5.10.7  IBM 2008 Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year Revenue  5-70

5.11     Informatica  5-81

5.11.1 Informatica Partners  5-81

5.11.2  Informatica Customers  5-82

5.11.3 Informatica Financials  5-82

5.12     Intel / Sarvega  5-82

5.12.1  Sarvega  5-85

5.13     Interwoven  5-85

5.13.1  Interwoven Engagement/Matter-Centric Collaboration Solution  5-89

5.13.2  Interwoven Revenue  5-91

5.13.3  Interwoven Best Practices Persuasive Content

 Improves the Customer Experience  5-95

5.13.4  Interwoven Partners  5-96

5.13.5  Interwoven Partner Classifications  5-96

5.14     JustSystems                                                                                            5-97

5.14     Magnus Group  5-98

5.15.1  Vasont Systems  5-98

5.15.2  Vasont Partners  5-99

5.15.3  Vasont Systems Consulting Partner / Bright Path Solutions  5-100

5.15.4  Vasont Systems Consulting Partner / Lionbridge  5-100

5.15.5  Vasont Systems Consulting Partner /

Wolff and Associates, LLC. Wolff  5-101

5.15.6  Vasont Client / Server 5-101

5.15.7  Vasont ASP Model 5-102

5.15.8  Vasont 5-102

5.15.9  Progressive Information Technologies  5-103

5.16     Microsoft 5-104

5.16.1  Microsoft Revenue  5-104

5.16.2  Microsoft Client Revenue  5-105

5.16.3  Microsoft Server and Tools Revenue  5-108

5.16.4  Microsoft Online Services Business Revenue  5-109

5.16.5  Microsoft Business Division Revenue  5-112

5.16.6  Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division  5-114

5.16.7  Microsoft Segment Revenue  5-116

5.16.8  Microsoft Competition  5-117

5.16.9  Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities  5-119

5.16.10 Microsoft Client Segment 5-121

5.16.11 Microsoft Segments  5-123

5.16.12 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 5-126

5.16.13 Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology  5-126

5.16.14 Selected Microsoft Partners  5-127

5.16.15 Microsoft Financials  5-127

5.17     OpenText 5-127

5.17.1  Open Text™ As An Independent Software Vendor 5-128

5.17.2  Open Text™ Livelink ECM Product Line  5-129

5.17.3  OpenText Customers  5-133

5.17.4  Open Text Sony Alliance  5-134

5.17.5  Open Text Industry Positioning  5-134

5.17.6  Open Text Strategic Partnerships  5-135

5.17.7  Open Text Strategic Customers  5-138

5.17.8  OpenText Partners  5-160

5.17.9  Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft

Office SharePoint Server 55-161

5.17.10 OpenText Revenue  5-161

5.18     Oracle / Stellent 5-163

5.18.1 Oracle Partners  5-164

5.18.2  Oracle Customers  5-164

5.18.3 Oracle Financials  5-164

5.19     Percussion  5-164

5.19.1  Percussion Partners  5-165

5.19.2  Percussion Customers  5-165

5.20     Tibco  5-166

5.20.1 Tibco Partners  5-166

5.20.2  Tibco Customers  5-167

5.20.3 Tibco Financials  5-167

5.20.4  Tibco Software Integration Software  5-167

5.20.5  Tibco Revenue  5-168

5.20.6  Tibco Revenue: 5-171

5.20.7  Tibco Fourth Quarter Revenue Fiscal 2007  5-171

5.20.8  Tibco Customers  5-172

5.20.9  Tibco Software Fourth Quarter 2007 Revenue  5-172

5.21     Terremark  5-174

5.21.1 Terremark Customers  5-174

5.21.2  Terremark Financials  5-174

5.21.3  Terremark Worldwide, Inc. Revenue  5-176

5.21.4  Terremark / Data Return  5-177

5.21.5  Terremark Worldwide Deploys Fully-Configured

Production Servers in Minutes  5-177

5.21.6  Terremark Enterprise Cloud Computing  5-180

5.21.7  Terremark Revenue  --  Infinistructure, Infinicenter 5-181

5.22     Thoma Cressey Bravo / Hyland Software  5-182

5.22.1 Thoma Cressey Bravo Strategy  5-183

5.22.2  Thoma Cressey Bravo Partners  5-184

5.22.3  Thoma Cressey Bravo Customers  5-184

5.22.4  Thoma Cressey Bravo Financials  5-185

5.22.5  Hyland Software  5-185

5.22.6  Hyland Software OnBase Integrated Document

Management and Retrieval Solutions  5-185

5.22.7  Hyland Software Integrated Document

Management and Workflow: 5-186

5.23     TigerLogic Corporation  5-189

5.23.1  TigerLogic Customers  5-190

5.24     Vignette  5-190

5.24.1 Vignette Partners  5-190

5.24.2  Vignette Customers  5-190

5.24.3 Vignette Financials  5-191

5.25     Yash  5-192

5.26     Younts Consulting  5-200

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Tables and Figures

 

Table ES-1  ES-2

Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces 

Table ES-1  (Continued) ES-3

Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces 

Table ES-1  (Continued) ES-4

Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces 

Figure ES-2  ES-5

Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Shares,

2007 

Figure ES-3  ES-6

Worldwide Digital Asset Management License,

Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars,

2008-2014 

 

Table 1-1  1-1

Business Functional Use of Digital Asset Content Management

Table 1-2  1-2

Problems Associated With Use of Digital Asset

Content Management

Table 1-3  1-6

Digital Asset Management Technologies in Use

By Marketing Departments 

Table 1-4  1-7

Digital Asset Management Workflow Aspects 

Table 1-5  1-8

Digital Asset Management Marketing Users 

Table 1-6  1-9

Digital Asset Management Marketing Uses 

Table 1-6 (Continued) 1-10

Digital Asset Management Marketing Analytics Uses 

Table 1-7  1-12

DAM System ROI Analysis Metric Categories 

Table 1-8  1-14

DAM ROI Use Cases 

Table 1-9  1-16

ROI Metrics for Digital Asset distribution expenses 

Table 1-10  1-20

Non-Monetary Benefits Measured By An

ROI Fit To Purpose Tool

Table 1-11  1-25

Content Management Roles 

Table 1-12  1-28

Web Content Management System Internal

User Usability Issues 

Table 1-13  1-30

Content Management Model Creation

Tracking With Work Queues 

Table 1-14  1-32

Key Content Management Product Features 

Table 1-14  (Continued) 1-33

Key Content Management Product Features 

Table 1-14  (Continued) 1-34

Key Content Management Product Features 

Table 1-15  1-36

Web Publishing Functions 

Table 1-16  1-38

Web Publishing Functions 

Table 1-17  1-42

Content Management Digital Asset Uses 

 

Table 2-1  2-2

Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces 

Table 2-1  (Continued) 2-3

Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces 

Table 2-1  (Continued) 2-4

Digital Asset Management Market Driving Forces 

Figure 2-2  2-5

Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Shares,

2007

Table 2-3  2-6

Worldwide Digital Asset Management Market Shares, 2007 

Figure 2-4  2-8

Worldwide Digital Asset Management License,

Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars,

2008-2014 

Figure 2-5  2-9

Worldwide Digital Asset Management License,

Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Units,

2008-2014 

 

Table 2-6  2-10

Worldwide Digital Asset Management License,

Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts Dollars,

2008-2014 

Table 2-7  2-13

Digital Asset Management Solutions Advantages 

Table 2-8  2-14

Benefits of Digital Video Security Technology 

Figure 2-9  2-16

Regional Enterprise Content Management Market

Shipments License and Maintenance Market Shares, 2007 

Table 2-10  2-17

Enterprise Content Management Regional Market Segments, 2007 

 

Table 3-1  3-1

Key Functionality of Artesia DAM:

Table 3-1  (Continued) 3-2

Key Functionality of Artesia DAM:

Table 3-1  (Continued) 3-3

Key Functionality of Artesia DAM:

Table 3-2  3-8

Artesia Ways Of Viewing Content

Table 3-2  (Continued) 3-9

Artesia Ways Of Viewing Content

Table 3-3  3-11

OpenText Content Management Solutions 

 

Table 3-3  (Continued) 3-12

OpenText Content Management Solutions 

Table 3-3  (Continued) 3-13

OpenText Content Management Solutions 

Table 3-4  3-14

OpenText Archiving and Imaging Products 

Table 3-4  (Continued) 3-15

OpenText Archiving and Imaging Products 

Figure 3-5  3-16

OpenText Artesia Digital Asset Management hub 

Table 3-6  3-17

OpenText Livelink ECM - Document & Collaboration

Management Products 

Table 3-6  (Continued) 3-18

OpenText Livelink ECM - Document & Collaboration

Management Products 

Table 3-6  (Continued) 3-19

OpenText Livelink ECM - Document & Collaboration

Management Products 

Table 3-6  (Continued) 3-20

OpenText Livelink ECM - Document & Collaboration

Management Products 

Table 3-7  3-21

EMC Digital Asset Management Products 

Table 3-8  3-22

EMC Document Capture Captiva Families Products 

Table 3-8  (Continued) 3-23

EMC Document Capture Captiva Families Products 

Table 3-9  3-24

EMC Content Management Solutions 

Table 3-9  (Continued) 3-25

EMC Content Management Solutions 

Table 3-10  3-26

EMC Business Process Management Products

Table 3-11  3-27

EMC Collaboration and Document Management Products 

Table 3-11  (Continued) 3-28

EMC Collaboration and Document Management Products 

Table 3-11  (Continued) 3-29

EMC Collaboration and Document Management Products 

Table 3-12  3-31

Interwoven MediaBin Digital Asset Management Positioning 

Table 3-13  3-32

Interwoven Digital Asset Management Solution Functions 

Table 3-13 (Continued) 3-33

Interwoven Digital Asset Management Solution Functions 

Table 3-14  3-34

Interwoven Improvements To Customer Experience 

Table 3-15  3-35

Interwoven MediaBin Image Transformation Efficiencies 

Table 3-16  3-38

Media Bin Advanced Platform Functions 

Table 3-17  3-39

Benefits of Interwoven MediaBin 

Table 3-18  3-40

Features of Oracle UCM Document Management

Table 3-19  3-41

Benefits of Oracle UCM Digital Asset Management

Table 3-20  3-42

Features of Oracle Universal Online Archive 

Table 3-21  3-43

Benefits of Oracle Universal Online Archive 

Table 3-22  3-44

Features of Oracle Imaging and Process Management

Table 3-23  3-44

benefits of Oracle Imaging and Process Management

Table 3-24  3-45

benefits of Oracle Information Rights Management

Table 3-25  3-46

Benefits of Oracle Outside In Technology 

Table 3-26  3-47

Oracle Outside In Technology Product Suite 

Table 3-27  3-48

Microsoft Enterprise Content Management Features 

Table 3-27  (Continued) 3-49

Microsoft Enterprise Content Management Features 

Table 3-27  (Continued) 3-50

Microsoft Enterprise Content Management Features 

Table 3-28  3-50

Benefits of Oracle UCM Document Management

Table 3-29  3-51

Features of IBM FileNet Image Manager (Active Edition)

Table 3-30  3-52

Advantages of IBM FileNet Image Manager (Active Edition)

Table 3-31  3-53

Features of IBM Content Manager OnDemand 

Table 3-32  3-54

IBM Content Manager OnDemand Product line 

Table 3-33  3-55

IBM Digital Asset Management Solutions Features 

Table 3-34  3-56

IBM Digital Asset Management Products 

Table 3-35  3-56

IBM and Partner Digital Asset Management Products 

Table 3-36  3-57

IBM Partner Initiatives for Digital Asset Management

Table 3-37  3-58

IBM / Ancept Media Server Partnership 

Table 3-38  3-59

IBM Digital Asset Management Target Markets 

Table 3-39  3-60

IBM and Ancept Media Server media server benefits relate 

Table 3-40  3-61

Clear Story Systems Enterprise DAM Solutions 

Table 3-41  3-63

ClearStory Enterprise Digital Media Chain Asset Definition 

Table 3-42  3-64

ClearStory Enterprise Digital Media Target

Market Chain and Products Offered to the Chain 

Table 3-43  3-69

Vignette Imaging and Workflow Products 

Table 3-43  (Continued) 3-70

Vignette Imaging and Workflow Products 

Table 3-44  3-71

Vignette Community Products 

 

Table 4-1  4-2

DAM Systems Technology Development Issues 

Figure 4-2  4-4

Technology Drivers of Digital Asset Management Change 

Table 4-3  4-15

Digital Asset Management (DAM) for the Intelligence

Community – Key Technologies 

Table 4-4  4-17

Digital Asset Management (DAM) Intelligence Community Key

Technologies 

Table 4-5  4-18

Digital Asset Management (DAM) Intelligence

Community Key Uses 

Table 4-5  (Continued) 4-19

Digital Asset Management (DAM) Intelligence

Community Key Uses 

Table 4-6  4-24

AJAX Aspects 

Table 4-7  4-27

Web Content Management Technologies 

Table 4-8  4-28

Lifecycle Requirements For Controlling Content

Table 4-9  4-31

Key Mission Of Web Content Management

Table 4-10  4-32

Web Content Management Architecture 

Table 4-11  4-38

Collaborative Document Management Functions 

Table 4-11  (Continued) 4-39

Collaborative Document Management Functions 

Table 4-11  (Continued) 4-40

Collaborative Document Management Functions 

Table 4-11  (Continued) 4-41

Collaborative Document Management Functions 

Table 4-11  (Continued) 4-42

Collaborative Document Management Functions 

Table 4-12  4-43

Document Management Collaboration Modules 

Table 4-13  4-44

Document Management Collaboration Module Features 

Table 4-13  (Continued) 4-45

Document Management Collaboration Module Features 

 

Table 5-1  5-8

Adobe Target Market Strategy 

Table 5-2  5-21

Blue Coat Security Solution – 

Table 5-3  5-39

EMC VMWare Virtual Infrastructure Business

Revenue Growth Positioning 

Table 5-4  5-51

Hewlett Packard Global Positioning 

Table 5-5  5-58

Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Vertical Markets 

Table 5-6  5-59

Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Reducing

Risk During Litigation 

Table 5-7  5-60

Hewlett Packard Tower Software Microsoft Office® Documents 

Table 5-8  5-62

Hewlett Packard Tower TRIM Context Features Overview  

Figure 5-9  5-67

IBM Revenue and Income 

Table 5-10  5-90

Interwoven Engagement/Matter-Centric

Collaboration Solution Functions 

Figure 5-11  5-94

Selected InterWoven Brands Supported 

Table 5-12  5-120

Microsoft Response to Security Vulnerabilities 

Table 5-13  5-130

Open Text Content Management Functions 

Table 5-14  5-132

Key Factors Distinguishing Open Text Livelink ECM   

Figure 5-15  5-137

Selected OpenText LiveLink Partners 

Table 5-16  5-139

Selected Open Text Customers 

Figure 5-17  5-160

Artesia Partners 

Table 5-18  5-179

Terremark's Enterprise Cloud Functions 

Table 5-19  5-187

Hyland Software OnBase Workflow Core Features 

Table 5-20  5-194

YASH Comprehensive Service Approach Holistic View  

Table 5-21  5-197

Yosh Business Process, Business Environment Initiatives