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  • "The biggest issue is the cost of the FileNet, because the license cost is very high. If a customer doesn't have good technical guides that are aware of the license calculation, they will pay too much. FileNet's license calculation depends on the processor and number of users. So my advice to a new customer is to be very careful with your calculations before purchasing FileNet."
  • "It is still a leading ECM solution provider, however the cost to implement and maintain are higher than other solutions."
  • "FileNet is not cheap, but you absolutely get what you pay for. ​"
  • "For small scale industries, they allow different options. They can do open source. It is the complexity of the data security that they should think about before they choose."
  • "For the medium scale or large scale, I would recommend FileNet. FileNet is free of licensing expenses, thus good for the money. It is not expensive, but worth for the money, especially for medium scale and large scale industries."
  • "​There are lots of components to the product. Make sure before you invest that you know which components you need.​​"
  • "1. It will be more expensive than estimated to setup. 2. You will need to double the staff while you are running the old system and installing the new system. 3. Depending on the number of documents to be migrated, make sure you understand the potentially massive amount of time and effort required to migrate the existing content to the new platform."
  • "The physical space that we have gained back pays for the service. Therefore, it has reduced our operating costs overall. We have definitely seen ROI. I would estimate $30,000 a year."
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    Overview

    IBM FileNet is a leading IBM enterprise content management product family. IBM FileNet is one of the ECM solutions that can change the way a company does business by enabling users to capture, activate, socialize, analyze, and govern content throughout its lifecycle.

    There are many IBM FileNet products available, all of which are integrated and based on the FileNet P8 Platform.

    An Enterprise Document Management (EDM) platform for creating, capturing, managing, delivering and archiving large volumes of documents and contents. Also integrates seamlessly with other enterprise applications. OmniDocs handles Scanned Document Images, Electronic Documents, Emails and Electronic Data Output from other applications with equal efficiency and ease. OmniDocs powers seamlessly collaborate, communicate and share knowledge across and beyond the Enterprise.

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    Suncorp Group Limited, St. Vincent Health, Citigroup, SRCSD, and UK Dept for Work and Pensions.
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    Top Industries
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    Financial Services Firm31%
    Insurance Company16%
    Healthcare Company10%
    Government7%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Financial Services Firm22%
    Computer Software Company13%
    Insurance Company10%
    Government9%
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    Computer Software Company17%
    Financial Services Firm15%
    Real Estate/Law Firm13%
    Manufacturing Company8%
    Company Size
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    Small Business24%
    Midsize Enterprise11%
    Large Enterprise65%
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    Small Business17%
    Midsize Enterprise12%
    Large Enterprise70%
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    Small Business16%
    Midsize Enterprise8%
    Large Enterprise76%
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    IBM FileNet is ranked 6th in Enterprise Content Management with 94 reviews while Newgen OmniDocs is ranked 18th in Enterprise Content Management. IBM FileNet is rated 8.2, while Newgen OmniDocs is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of IBM FileNet writes "A document management system that helps in document digitalization and workflow management". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Newgen OmniDocs writes "It is stable, scalable, and pricing is competitive". IBM FileNet is most compared with SharePoint, OpenText Documentum, OpenText Extended ECM, IBM ECM and OpenText Content Manager, whereas Newgen OmniDocs is most compared with SharePoint, Alfresco, OpenText Extended ECM and SAP Extended Enterprise Content Management.

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