Contribution vs. Consumption: A Trade-Off?

In the past, information management systems were forced into the false choice between empowering information creators or empowering information consumers. We are happy to tell you that you can have it both ways.

Users have access to an incredible set of tools in today’s office (and personal) environment for creating information. Creating content is often not the problem, but rather how we use it.

Creating content is referred to in the content management market as contribution. When viewed through the model of the content information life cycle, contribution constitutes the creation and capture steps. A user contributes content by submitting it to the system, often after creating it using standard desktop ...

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