In this article, CMS Watch’s Alan Pelz-Sharpe explains the importance of the Content Management Interoperability Specification (CMIS) for ECM vendors, buyers and users following its ratification by OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards).
“In essence CMIS allows different document management systems to interoperate at the repository level. So for example if you have a legacy system or two, or have plans to sunset a previous document management investment, you may be able to utilize CMIS to help with the migration of documents or to simply allow the old system to remain running, with documents at least accessible via the new system.” [Read More]
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