E2.0 Top 20: How can I fund innovation capitalizing on existing applications?
By Kellsey Ruppel on May 19, 2011
We're continuing on in our "Top 20 Enterprise 2.0" Questions & Answers series! In the coming weeks, we'll be posting topics around some of the challenges, best practices and strategies regarding Enterprise 2.0 adoption. We hope you'll join in the conversations!
E2.0 Top 20 #9: How can I fund innovation capitalizing on existing applications?
As clearly presented in the AIIM (www.aiim.org) Future History whitepaper, the future of Enterprise IT is strongly related with move from Systems of Record – those tools, repositories, and systems upon which organizations have built their business processes for the last several decades – to Systems of Engagement, where digitally facilitated communication and collaboration become the focus. By strategically embedding collaboration and communication tools into specific business contexts, companies significantly increase visibility into changing business conditions—and can respond much more agilely. Systems of Engagement need to operate on top of and be in touch with existing core Systems of Record, spreading across processes and departments. Information, documents and images at the core of System of Records need to flow in the new System of Engagement feeding conversations, interactions and collaborative projects.
Oracle Enterprise Content Management provides comprehensive records management in a consistent, cost-effective way, and enables organizations to consolidate ECM repositories and connect ECM to critical business applications. Thanks to the shared user experience strategy across Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Fusion Applications and many other Oracle Applications, customers can easily create real, customer-specific composite applications using Oracle WebCenter Suite and Oracle Application Development Framework. Oracle Application Development Framework components provide modular user interface components that can build rich, social composite applications. In addition, a broad set of components spanning BPM, SOA, ECM, and beyond can be quickly and easily incorporated into composite applications. Learn more!
- AIIM FutureHistory whitepaper
- Oracle Products Reflect Key Trends Shaping Enterprise 2.0 article
- Oracle Web Center 11g : The Foundation for Innovation webcast
- Building Agile Applications using Fusion Development and Oracle Enterprise Architecture Principles article
- Oracle Enterprise 2.0 Group LinkedIn Discussion