A quick overview of IBM ECM and Box integration
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IBM and Box have forged a global partnership that will combine the best-in-class technologies and resources of both companies to transform work in the cloud. This partnership can help individuals, organizations, and industries easily and securely access, edit, share and apply analytics to business information. This strategic partnership combines the strengths of both companies to deliver new client value so that IBM can address customers' increasing needs for productivity, security, and insight-driven collaboration.
The integration of IBM Enterprise Content Management (ECM) products with Box for secure file sharing and collaboration opens new possibilities for achieving higher levels of capability within ECM.The confluence of a simple, readily accessible, cloud-based synch-and-share capability provided by Box is augmented, and the IBM ECM product suite provides enterprise users with a higher set of capabilities that provide even greater business value than the individual products alone.
This powerful combination of Box and IBM capabilities also enables new and enhanced patterns of collaboration.
Integration ofContent Navigator with Box enables:
Integration of IBM Case Manager with Box enables:
Integration of IBM Datacap with Box to enables:
With the Integration of IBM StoredIQ with Box, customers receive benefits including:
In the upcoming IBM Redbooks publication IBM Enterprise Content Management and Box, REDP-5230, this ECM and Box integration is described in detail with integration examples of each of these four ECM products and Box. This paper also present an end-to-end integration example of Box and Content Navigator, Case Manager, Datacap, and StoredIQ.
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