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A single enterprise information platform for managing content, processes and cases
Enterprise Content Services can transform your organization by managing your content, processes and cases on a single platform. Whether you implement a single departmental solution or deploy solutions across the entire enterprise, you will increase productivity, reduce operating costs and minimize risk. Improve your level of service by empowering your employees with the information they need, when they need it and minimizes your compliance and eDiscovery risks.
CU's current application for Enterprise Content Services is OnBase. OnBase provides a single platform on which to build content-enabled applications. With one system to support, maintain and upgrade, you’ll realize a low total cost of ownership and minimize IT sprawl.
A Decentralized Administration model allows departments the flexibility, agility, and independence to build their own solutions while also contributing to the larger project. Select users can be trained and certified by Hyland Software to become OnBase Certified Department Administrators that can manage the OnBase configuration process, Workflows, Unity forms and other related responsibilities at the departmental level. There are now a multitude OnBase Certified Department Administrators across the university system supporting administrative, research and education solutions. The UIS Enterprise Content Services Team plays a consulting role with these certified administrators and a direct support role for all other areas that do not have a certified admin on staff. We encourage new customers to consider the certification option for their implementation.
There is no cost to CU departments to utilize Enterprise Content Services. This system is funded through the campuses like other enterprise apps.
Administrative, Academic and Research groups are welcome to participate if they have a direct University affiliation