The promise of B2B and SCM solutions is to create new levels of global connectivity and collaboration across supply chain of global enterprises and marketplaces. Enterprises have found new ways to reduce transaction costs and increase operational efficiencies through web-based applications like e-procurement.
However, most initiatives are failing to make an impact beyond a few quick wins based on historical partnerships. This is due to the challenges of integrating technology and business processes with range of trading partners in a way they can "communicate" and "understand" seamlessly. Content management is the process of developing, updating, and maintaining the content that is required for an e-commerce infrastructure. Companies are finding that their e-business initiatives are running into a quicksand of incomplete and toxic data. This realization has led to content development and it's management being considered as the first step in developing e-commerce sites and create a "common language" for seamless B2B collaboration.
While content is the foundation for e-commerce, its critical role was only vaguely recognized until recently. There are several questions that clients need answers to be asked before creating the content platform for collaboration across supply chain of enterprise and marketplaces.
PrimaSoft's Skilled and experienced team along with our client, collaboratively explore answers to these simple but often circuitous questions. We realize it takes more than software to make your content solution a success. It needs collaboration between multiple players in your supply chain, which frequently presents more challenges than expected. Our industry experts aid in overcoming these challenges by helping to manage customers' content requests and assisting buyers and marketplaces build a seamless infrastructure within their enterprise.
PrimaSoft can help you successfully deploy content management solutions that power e-business, targeting at fundamental business processes, including document lifecycle control, auditing of content creation and approval processes, collaboration and reuse of project-related content, and rules-based document assembly from content components, using various tools like Documentum and I2.