ECM IBM FileNet Expert Resources
VTRAC offers comprehensive IBM FileNet expert project management, technical and functional resources for projectsincluding integration, development, implementation, pre-production and production support. VTRAC’s expert consultants are equipped to administer, migrate, and deploy solutions seamlessly across various environments, including Cloud integration and migration. With full implementation teams located in Canada, the U.S, Brazil and Argentina we ensure a global reach for our clients.
File Net/Case Manager Project Management
VTRAC provides tailored offerings including project management and support teams to meet your needs across the IBM Intelligent Automation ecosphere. We can help plan your digital process automation strategy and help you achieve it. Our consultants will work with you to create an effective road map to reach them.
Solution Design and Implementation
VTRAC provides expert consultants and teams to work with you to design and implement solutions to meet your requirements, based on the IBM Content Management and Business Process applications.
Our proven high-performance toolset can perform the migration of millions of documents in a robust and secure manner, with comprehensive audit and MI reporting tailored to your needs. These tools can be quickly enhanced to support customized use cases.
We can plan and perform upgrades to your business automation solutions and platforms from bare metal to cloud. We specialize in in-house content migration as well as more specialized data-cleansing and consolidation solutions
ECM Implementation and Support
Enterprise content management (ECM) is often used to develop, store, distribute, archive and manage unstructured content (such as scanned documents, email, reports, documentation images and documents) and ultimately analyze usage to enable organizations to deliver relevant content to users where and when they need it. We offer implementation, support and administration for: IBM CP4BA, IBM FileNet, IBM Case Manager and WebSphere