CCM – Cloud Content Management
CCM stands for Cloud Content Management. It is a technological approach used to manage, store and share digital content in the cloud. CCM is a modern method of organizing and ensuring access to various types of digital resources.
There are several advantages to CCM. Firstly, it allows users to access their stored files from different devices. Additionally, it simplifies collaboration for users and teams by enabling file sharing and real-time collaboration on documents and projects.
Examples of popular CCM platforms include Microsoft´s SharePoint Online, Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) from Google, Dropbox Business, Box and several others. These platforms help organizations organize and streamline their digital work environment.
ECM – Enterprise Content Management
ECM stands for Enterprise Content Management and is a strategy and set of technologies and processes used by organizations to manage, organize, and control their digital and paper-based information, documents, and content across the enterprise.
The purpose is to streamline information management, reduce paper usage, enable organizations to access the right information at the right time, and improve wordflows, collaboration, and decision-making.
EOM – End of Message
EOM stands for Enterprise Output Management and is a strategy and set of technologies used to efficiently manage and control the printing and distribution of documents and information within an organization. It includes functions such as generating, formatting, sending, and archiving various types of documents, including invoices, reports, order confirmations, and more. EOM systems help ensure that companies can produce and deliver documents in a consistent manner, saving time and resources, and increasing efficiency in the document management process. It is particularly useful for organizations with large volumes of printed material and a need to customize output for different channels and recipients.