Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

What is Enterprise Content Management?

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is a formalized means of organizing and storing an organization's documents, and other content. Our ECM systems allow departments to capture, store and retrieve electronic versions of documentation, eliminating the need for physical storage of the original documents. These systems also include workflow, forms and reporting capabilities.

What ECM products do we use?

Middlebury has been using the Nolij system for a number of years. Nolij will reach end-of-life in 2018 and the college is currently transitioning to Perceptive Content (aka Content).

For more about Nolij see Nolij.

For more about Content see Perceptive Content.

Which departments use Content Management?

  • Academic Affairs
  • Accounts Payable (coming soon)
  • Bread Loaf School of English
  • College Advancement
  • Department of Public Safety
  • Human Resources
  • International Student and Scholar Services
  • Undergraduate Admissions

ITS Contacts

  • Amy Stocklen
  • Rob Pekor
  • David Ludwig
  • Charlotte Pratt
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