EIM Releases Document Management Library Consolidation Tool
EIM International, a leading provider of professional services for OpenText’s eDOCS, has announced the release of its new Document Management Library Consolidation tool. Many organizations have realized the benefits of consolidating libraries: reducing overhead, simplified management, and providing better collaborative capabilities for end users.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 12, 2013
EIM International, a leading provider of professional services for OpenText’s eDOCS , has announced the release of its new Document Management Library Consolidation tool. This utility seamlessly combines and integrates multiple eDOCS DM5 databases, allowing firms to easily reduce their number of document libraries. Migration of Folders, Quick Searches, and Workspaces are all supported.
The user-friendly design of DM Library Consolidator enables organizations to minimize reliance on manual resources, cutting costs and saving up to 90% of traditional library consolidation effort. Libraries can be migrated in a single pass, by document number range, date range, or by document author. A test mode and several logging options provide the security of benchmarking and data validation in advance of production execution.
“EIM’s Library Consolidator was designed to meet the needs of clients seeking a more efficient content management strategy,” remarked Peter Lieber, President of EIM International. “Business drivers such as end-user collaboration, disaster recovery, and reducing administrative overhead, have propelled client requests for consolidation. A centralized and streamlined content repository has been become the foundation for a sound ECM strategy. Our goal is to meet those requests by developing an efficient and repeatable process.”
Key features of the Library Consolidator include the transfer of all metadata, files, security, and versions. In addition, the consolidation tool handles all object types, including workspaces, quick searches, folders, documents, and related items. Library Consolidator can run on a single machine or it can be configured to use multiple instances, and its migration options allow administrators to easily select and control the content to be consolidated.
Many firms have realized the benefits of consolidating libraries: reducing overhead, simplified management, and providing better collaborative capabilities for end users. Library Consolidator joins the EIM family of eDOCS add-ons. For more information on this or any of our other utilities, please visit http://www.EIMintl.com.
About EIM International
EIM International is the leader in the legal marketplace in implementing document, email, and records management solutions. EIM, which stands for Enterprise Information Management, combines a wealth of technical knowledge with valuable business expertise to deliver projects tailored to the unique needs of the legal environment. EIM offers world-class integration with the leading legal industry software providers including OpenText and Microsoft, as well as with the leading SharePoint content management software providers for legal. Headquartered in New York City, EIM serves customers throughout North America. The company can be reached on the web at http://www.EIMintl.com.
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