Vital Path, a developer of content integration and migration software, recently announced enhanced federated records management capabilities for PathBuilder. PathBuilder now enables organizations to efficiently perform records management tasks with multiple repositories without requiring them to abandon existing records management investments.Organizations that want to stick with the old but adapt to the new can utilize Vital Path's PathBuilder for the purpose of keeping things organized at the enterprise level. With seamless integration for over two dozen content management solutions, PathBuilder works in conjunction with existing records management solutions allowing users to implement and enforce standard information policies in compliance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (also known as eDiscovery).
By utilizing a simple interface, users can quickly perform complicated searches and in-place records management tasks across an enterprise. By integrating with existing solutions, businesses are not required to throw away previous investments in records management. Also, in some situations, it is not in the best interests of a company to make drastic changes to records management solutions. A Federated PathBuilder
Jay Rothe, president of Vital Path, states the reasons for PathBuilder's existence:
“PathBuilder software specifically addresses an organization’s need to integrate eRoom, Documentum, Hummingbird, Livelink, SharePoint and other ECM products with the top records management and retention policy engines using commercially available, certified connectors thus providing a ‘best of breed’ solution.” Vital Path is currently presenting in booth #931 at ARMA International through October 23.
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