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Unified ECM is the latest software developer to throw its hat into the billion dollar Enterprise Content Management Industry with its two new Windows SQL based products, Enterprise 5.0 and Unified Home Edition. Unified leverages the power of a SQL server but replaces the traditional database distribution style with a software architecture that separates a client's file repository from its database, thereby greatly reducing the size of that database and relieving the stress from concurrent user's query calls.
Unified has also gone even further to create customized API's which allow Unified to still offer the common advantages of using a standard SQL server while staying within the 4GB maximum allowed by the SQL Express version, saving their clients tens of thousands of dollars with this alternative approach.
âSometimes a development budget forces you to rethink your entire approach and that's how we came up with our distributed data model. Of course, it does limit us to 4GB of metadata, but when you're dealing with a company of fewer than 100 employees, it's plenty of space if you design it efficiently. I can't think of many companies out there this size that can really afford to pay for yearly standard SQL licenses,â says Rafael Moscatel, CEO and Information Architect at Unified.
SQL server still arguably reigns as the captain of database engines, and Unified decided early on that in order to attract the widest range of customers, they'd have to develop their products with proven Microsoft technologies. Unified has also broken new ground by becoming the first Records & Document Management application of its kind to package and harness a full SQL Server with its Home Edition. Using the SQL Compact edition was not an option because their products require stored procedures in order to deliver some of its finer features.
Both of Unified's products now offer a centralized or decentralized repository for documents, photographs, music and movies; comprehensive search tools including full text search across all file types; scanning and data capture tools to help customers go paperless; built in Microsoft Office application integration, automated revision tracking and reporting tools; printing, e-mail and document distribution shortcuts; a preview pane to view documents; handy navigation menus and a built in media player; a built in browser and notepad ideal for collecting research from the net, label printing options to maintain a paper filing system, disaster recovery tools to backup and restore important SQL data from Unified.