Customers Benefit With Proven Unified Information Management Solutions
The SchemaLogic Connector for Documentum allows companies to create, link and update EMC Documentum and Microsoft SharePoint 2007 metadata structures. The metadata relationships are maintained in SchemaServer and synchronized with the target Documentum and SharePoint systems. The result is higher quality retrievals for end users and consistent descriptions of unstructured content across both environments for further use downstream in other processes, such as retention and eDiscovery.
"EMC's position as the leader in enterprise content management is strengthened by the support of great partners such as SchemaLogic," said Randy Ziegler, Director of Developer Programs at EMC Corporation. "Partners like SchemaLogic build solutions and applications on the Documentum platform because customers have demonstrated their trust in EMC Documentum to manage their most critical and strategic information. The accreditation program is another way EMC earns that trust while supporting innovative offerings like SchemaLogic."
"Many enterprises have deployed both Documentum and SharePoint to create, store and secure key corporate information and documents. These companies rely on Documentum to provide regulated infrastructure for content management, archiving and records management. SchemaLogic supports this strategy by enabling Documentum and SharePoint to be managed as a unified corporate information system," commented Jeff Dirks, CEO of SchemaLogic. "We have been working with several large enterprise customers and look forward to growing our business substantially by working with Documentum, clearly the world leader in enterprise content management."
SchemaLogic Connector for Documentum received design accreditation through participation in the Designed for EMC program; a program designed to help ISVs, VSPs and SIs design, develop and go-to-market with successful offerings based on the EMC Documentum platform. As a member, SchemaLogic received specialized design consultation and guidance, along with access to dedicated content management technical resources. Partners can submit their offerings to be considered for the "Designed for EMC Documentum" accreditation -- which if achieved, signifies to customers that the offering meets high standards for architectural compliance with Documentum practices and will provide a reliable integration with less uncertainty for joint customers. To learn more about SchemaLogic and the Designed for EMC program, please visit http://software.emc.com/microsites/application_portfolio/index.jsp
SchemaLogic software provides global companies a powerful and cost-effective approach to dealing with the overwhelming amount of information critical to doing business today. People from diverse groups must be able to access and share information across complex systems throughout their enterprise. In order to do this, descriptions, tags and categorizations of information must be accurate and consistent.
SchemaLogic is the leading provider of metadata management solutions for unstructured content. Metadata management enables findability by organizing the terms, definitions and relationships that describe content. Our solutions extend the value of content management by ensuring that all content is readily found; is consumed in a relevant context; and is protected according to policy. The Company has licensed software to some of the best-known and largest companies in the world, including Associated Press, Chevron, Corbis, and Reed Business Information. To learn more, please visit http://www.schemalogic.com.
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