FileNet Consulting Services for Enterprise Content Management

Today's organizations need accurate data for better, and quicker, business decisions. Being able to manage your unstructured data gives your employees greater access to information and enhances your business process management initiatives. IBM FileNet P8 provides enterprise content management in a unified content, process and compliance environment.  Key components in the FileNet P8 Platform include:

  • IBM FileNet Content Manager - combines content management with document management giving you control over your unstructured content with:
    • Centralized access to multiple repositories
    • Enterprise search across repositories
    • Common metadata model for categorizing content
    • Document versioning
    • Lifecycle management specifying publication, expiration and retention of content
    • Automated content publishing to a variety of formats, including HTML and PDF
  • IBM FileNet Business Process Manager - manages the flow of work and content by automating and optimizing business processes. With FileNet BPM, you have the following:
    • Standards-based process modeling environment
    • Standards-based process design tool
    • Process simulation
    • Process tracking and analysis
    • Web 2.0 mashups and pre-built widgets
    • Support for electronic forms
    • Business process framework for rapid development and deployment of case-based applications

Prolifics' certified consultants with their experience with business process management can help you develop a FileNet P8 solution to meet your business needs.  The results can be immediate responses to customer requests using automated processes.  There can be a reduction in the costs associated with managing and accessing all forms of content.  Employees can benefit from the ease of finding needed information.  Business users can collaborate with IT in building applications.  Managers have the tools to analyze processes and troubleshoot bottlenecks. 

FileNet P8 contains support for Web services and can be easily integrated into an SOA architecture.  It also integrates with leading business rules management systems, such as IBM WebSphere ILOG.