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NucleusResearch.com 12 Document Number: V111 July 2021 company appeals to a broad spectrum of technology buyers, from line of business buyers looking for pre-packaged solutions to technical IT buyers looking for an open-source platform to custom-develop solutions – with the ability to scale to the enterprise regardless of the point of entry. Hyland has shown leadership vertical solutions and expertise in modernizing legacy systems, with a cloud first platform for improved scale and cost reduction. Hyland has become a very acquisitive vendor over the past few years. It has now increased both its revenue and its market share. Hyland now has several content services platforms in its portfolio, including its OnBase platform, and recently acquired open source Alfresco Digital Business Platform (DBP) and Nuxeo Content Services and DAM. In addition to Alfresco and Nuxeo, Hyland has made a number of acquisitions of complementary applications over the past 12 months including Learning Machine, a blockchain-anchored digital credentialing company and Another Monday, which provides robotic process automation (RPA), which help it to expand its capabilities. MICRO FOCUS The Micro Focus Secure Content Management (SCM) suite is comprised of three product offerings. Control Point and Structured Data Manager enable users to access, analyze, and classify both structured and unstructured data. Micro Focus Content Manager facilitates policy-based data lifecycle management. The vendor's solutions include advanced analytics and governance capabilities and organizes business operations into Enterprise DevOps, Hybrid IT, Predictive Analytics, and Security Risk Governance (SRG). The vendor continues to heavily focus its investments on security and compliance, as evidenced by its Voltage SmartCipher solution, which includes Transparent File Encryption technology that prevents unauthorized access to file data. The vendor has also adjusted its business model to be more holistic when dealing with product development and customer service. Updates and announcements since the last Value Matrix include: ▪ In April, the vendor announced its global partnership with SaaS provider, Citadel to expand its Content Management product offerings to include Content Manager Select Software as a Service. The new managed service enables customers to access Micro Focus functionalities in the cloud.

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