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Content Services Update 2019

by Hanns Koehler-Kruener  |  August 4, 2019  |  Submit a Comment

When my colleague Mike Woodbridge wrote his blogpost about the death of ECM, little did we know we stirred a hornets nest in some parts of the industry.

Over the last years the team continued to develop the ideas around content services platforms and the changes it required in the way we covered the market.

It is time to take that a few steps further as we re-evaluate the overlaps and connections to other markets as well.

The help us in this, the Content Services team decided to start a group blog, CuSP, “putting U in the middle of CSP“*. These are ramblings, ideas and short pieces about things that they see in the market…. And sometimes funny observations that make sense only to someone that has been in this market for some time.

We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we will enjoy writing them.

*CSP : Content Services Platform

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Category: content-services  digital-workplace-applications  

Tags: content-services  cusp  

Hanns Koehler-Kruener
Managing VP
5 years at Gartner
20 years IT Industry

Hanns Koehler-Kruener is the Managing VP of a team of Analysts who are part of the Digital Workplace group. His team covers content and insight as part of the digital workplace, which includes enterprise content management (ECM), search, EFSS, portals, video content management and the workplace architecture, as well as other content-related subjects. Read Full Bio




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