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In an effort to understand content, its taxonomy and management, we define content management as the process of managing the creation, categorization, delivery and archiving of content in which workflow and business processes are maximized. Built upon what industry experts have to offer about enterprise content taxonomy, we have enacted a framework to better understand, create and manage enterprise taxonomies. This framework will be able to integrate rich content, modern computing technology, advanced analytics, automated worlflow, business requirements and human resources into a process where companies can easily manage their information for decision making and gaining competitive advantages.
Zhu, Jake; Coulson, Tony; Shan, Miyuan; and Rohm, C.E. Tapie Jr.
"Enterprise Content Management: Understanding the Taxonomy,"
Communications of the IIMA: Vol. 4:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/ciima/vol4/iss1/9