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2007.04.10

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I have noticed some vendors getting into Document Management using the SaaS model. Specifically on the Salesforce AppExchange I saw Spring cm and NetDocuments. I wonder if we are going to see something from Salesforce that is a full blown Document Management (with library features, records managements...). Presently I don't see many players in this specific market, and those that are out there are new and have a tiny client base. I think that if they can overcome the clumsiness of bridge from user to net this will expand hugely.

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