Leverage modern AI tools to simplify and automate the process of developing intelligent information extraction projects. Using AI, clients can automate tasks like creating index fields and content types that will be used for automatically and correctly classifying and extracting information from stored documents and content.
Low-code developer tools and GraphQL APIs
IBM FileNet® Content Manager provides a combination of low-code developer tools and modern APIs to reduce the time and effort required to build and integrate content services into business applications. Low-code developer tools enable a broader set of users, such as business analysts and non-programmers, to rapidly prototype and build applications that embed FileNet services. Modern GraphQL APIs provide more efficient and intuitive access to FileNet services to simplify how developers integrate those capabilities into other business applications like CRM and ERP systems.
Cloud-native, optimized management and deployment
FileNet Content Manager has been fully redesigned, rebuilt and optimized for cloud-native deployment, helping enable clients to deploy content applications faster on any cloud, with a container platform that simplifies and accelerates solution deployment and management. It is fully integrated as the content foundation for the IBM Cloud Pak™ for Automation.
Comprehensive enterprise document management and governance
Leverage the proven federated content services capabilities of FileNet Content Manager to more securely, consistently and intelligently manage content from all repositories and file shares with a single, comprehensive and scalable solution.
Automatically redact documents based on the role of the requester, blocking out information according to the user’s specifications. Get faster response time with FileNet Content Manager, which can facilitate immediate access to the right information. Gain streamlined security and reduced storage and document management costs, as FileNet Content Manager keeps only the original document of record.