Has your document repository failed to keep up with technology?
Instead of modernizing, vendors of legacy repositories have added features resulting in bloated software that is at risk of becoming obsolete.
Are your support and maintenance costs
Legacy document management vendors impose ever increasing support and maintenance charges, essentially to insure that they will support their bloated software.
Can’t upgrade to a modern document repository because of costs?
Costs to replace your legacy repository typically include new hardware and software, document migration, application revision, testing, and project and change management.
XERA|CORE is a scalable, high volume document and data repository designed for paper imaging, e-mail, and desktop capture, internal report distribution and management, and electronic statement capture and presentment.
UPGRADE TO A MODERN DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT REPOSITORY AND REDUCE YOUR SUPPORT COSTS
Download this informative toolkit - complete with white paper and an Excel file with more than 100 questions about functions and features that you can use to create your own RFP.
Download the datasheet to learn how the XERA|CORE modern document management repository can work for you.
PERFORMANCE AT SCALE
AND UNDER LOAD
Proven Scalability: The largest single implementation of XERA manages nearly a petabyte (a thousand terabytes) of content.
Proven Performance: Hundreds of users accessing XERA|CORE routinely enjoy sub-second
UPGRADE WITHOUT MIGRATING DOCUMENTS OR CHANGING DOCUMENT IDENTIFIERS
XERA|CORE provides an interface that displays the legacy document from its current location without migrating the document.
XERA|CORE makes it possible to leave the document links in your line
of business applications unchanged.
ROBUST YET SIMPLE,
XERA|CORE provides a sophisticated security model coupled with comprehensive auditing all while exposing its functionality through simple interfaces and an easy user experience.
XERA|CORE integrates seamlessly with modern applications through its proven SDK for C#, C++, and Java and its clean user experience.