Enterprise content management (ECM) implementation in South Africa

Shadrack Katuu
  • Records Management Journal, March 2012, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/09565691211222081

This article assesses how enterprise content management (ECM) has been implemented in South Africa.

What is it about?

The article is a five‐part analysis of the concept of ECM. The first part outlines a perspective to ECM based on predecessor and related terms such as EDMS and ERMS. The second part reviews literature generated in South Africa on electronic records and document management over the last decade as well as a discussion on value added resellers in the country. The third part provides the results of the survey of ten South African institutions. This section includes an outline on the research methodology used as well as analysis of the data and a brief discussion of the research implications. The fourth part provides concluding remarks and the fifth part is a list of references.

Why is it important?

As the literature review has shown, ECM implementation in South Africa has received minimal attention beyond graduate level research. This article provides an analysis of empirical data on ECM implementation in South Africa and serves as a baseline for more comprehensive studies in the future.

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