Information Governance: HP Autonomy Named ECM Market Leader (Again) by an Independent Research Firm

Last fall, we announced that Forrester Research named HP Autonomy a leader in the ECM market.  That was news and reinforced that we have a strong vision and current offering for the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market – the two key metrics analyzed for this research.

 

However, there are other ways to determine a technology provider’s capabilities for servicing a market.  Nucleus Research Technology develops its Value Matrix by looking at functionality and usability – two core measures they have found indicate the ability to deliver initial ROI and maximum value over time.  Nucleus conducted a thorough analysis of the ECM market with this unique perspective early in 2014 and just published their findings. 

 

I’m pleased to announce that HP Autonomy’s ECM market offering was named a market leader in the Nucleus Value Matrix, with a positive trend line indicating our future is equally bright. 

 

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There were several reasons cited for our placement in the leader’s quadrant, including our broad set of ECM capabilities, strong records management product, the integration of our products within the portfolio, and our information governance vision

 

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We are thankful for these sentiments and are happy to be considered an ECM market leader from many different vantage points

 

Congratulations to all my HP Autonomy teammates.  The continued execution of our strategy, and regular cadence of good news, is clearly an accomplishment worth celebrating. 

 

About the Nucleus Research Value Matrix

There is nothing ‘magic’ about the Nucleus Research Value Matrix, which categorizes vendors according to usability and functionality. This determines which solutions provide the most value to organizations, helping with technology and business decisions. Nucleus issues the Value Matrix twice a year. For more information, go to Nucleus Research.

 

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Read more from our Information Governance experts:

Information Governance: Simplifying Legacy Data Cleanup with HP Autonomy Professional Services by Joe Garber

Information Governance: Ask the Experts Series - How the FRCP amendments will impact our industry by John Pepe

Information Governance: Introducing Digital Safe Discovery by Luis Romero

 

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Joe Garber is Vice President of Information Governance at HP Autonomy. In this role, he leads product messaging and go-to-market efforts fo...


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