EMC Enterprise Content Division launched a suite of purpose-built, cloud-native content apps called LEAP.
Those are: LEAP Courier, LEAP Snap, LEAP Concert, LEAP Express and LEAP Focus. Announced at the EMC World 2016, LEAP apps deliver enterprise-grade content management capabilities.
“Our goal with the EMC LEAP family is to humanize the experience of interacting with business content,” said Rohit Ghai, President of EMC’s Enterprise Content Division.
The company said LEAP apps are interoperable with existing content repositories. However, these are engineered to work better together with the Documentum family of content management products.
The IT major also announced a partnership with DocuSign, eSignature and Digital Transaction Management (DTM), essential technology for enabling digital enterprise workflows.
Further, the company announced a programme called LEAP Together designed to provide customers and partners with additional benefits and ensure faster time to value with their LEAP apps.
For existing customers, it has offered a Loyalty Tier, granting free access to its new LEAP suite of apps.
EMC’s ECD division also announced InfoArchive 4.0, a unified enterprise platform that powers archiving scenarios at petabyte scale. The offering will be generally available on June 13, 2016.
The company further introduced the MyService360 service-centric cloud-based dashboard. It helps to monitor EMC systems deployed across a customer’s global enterprise.