BRT, a provider of Enterprise Content Management solutions, has announced the general availability of ArchiTAX for Documentum, a product that streamlines corporate tax department operations. The company produced the tax module to help reduce cost and risk, ensure sustainable tax positions and improve internal controls and planning.Built on EMC's Documentum enterprise content management (ECM) platform, the ArchiTAX solution for Documentum delivers a set of tax specific functions designed to meet corporate content management needs. Andy Shallman, Vice President of BRT, explains that the new tax software's capture and control systems were designed to securely manage the huge volumes of tax returns, receipts, emails and work papers that the tax offices of large multi-national or multi-jurisdictional corporations must collect on a world wide basis. "The result is an online, audit-ready, tax knowledge base that can be efficiently leveraged for discovery and tax litigation work," he said. Documentum technology can be applied to any business process in which content is used, created, scanned, reviewed, emailed, printed, distributed or published, making it easier to deal with records management, regulatory pressures and legal challenges, while safeguarding the content it manages. BRT ( is a consulting firm, specializing in integrated enterprise content solutions with a focus in multiple industries including Automotive, Insurance, Healthcare and Life Sciences. In addition to the new ArchiTAX, the company also offers electronic forms, email management, and imaging solutions.