The Content ETL Platform contains a very easy scripting language, Xill, to quickly connect to all kind of content repositories; it has out-of-the-box connectors to many of the most common content repositories (including file shares, SharePoint, OpenText, Documentum, FileNet, Adobe and more); a Unified Data Model, working like Esperanto for data models, allowing the interchangeability between the different content repositories; and unique modules, like classification, de-duplication and version recognition, to improve the quality of the metadata.
Primary Use Cases
Content or Document Migration
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