Creating and publishing enterprise content can be complicated, cumbersome and expensive. Especially true for regulated industries where documentation is often large, complex, or highly regulated, and require frequent updating.

For this InfoBrief, IDC surveyed more than 600 content leaders, content strategists, content writers, architects and other stakeholders all involved in today’s enterprise content lifecycle.

Download the InfoBrief to learn more about the top enterprise content complexities and opportunities as reported by your peers. And see how Component Content Management System (CCMS) adoption coupled with emerging AI opportunities are charting a course to content success in 2024 and beyond.

Key findings from the InfoBrief:


Respondents identified improved content workflow management and better compliance management as the top benefits of adopting a CCMS.


Nearly 60% of documents managed by CCMS / ECLM solutions are highly regulated and/or must be compliant.


Almost all respondents (89%) believe AI will benefit their content strategy by offering competitive advantage.

In this IDC InfoBrief sponsored by Quark you’ll learn about:

  • The largest challenges content teams are navigating today
  • Critical factors that lead to increased documentation complexity
  • The new opportunities for AI use cases for competitive advantage
  • Key difference between CCMS adopters and their peers

Holly Muscolino

Group Vice President, Workplace Solutions at IDC

About the Author

Holly is responsible for research related to innovation and transformation in content solutions, including intelligent document processing, esignature, imaging and printing and other content workflow services.