Enterprise Content Management products

42,136 Companies

What is Enterprise Content Management?


Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is a formalized means of organizing and storing an organization's documents, and other content, that relate to the organization's processes. The term encompasses strategies, methods, and tools used throughout the lifecycle of the content.

Market Share of Enterprise Content Management products


At iDatalabs, we use sophisticated, patent-pending algorithms to track the use of various Enterprise Content Management products and technologies. We track 47 products in the Enterprise Content Management category, and have found 42,136 companies using these products.

Product Install base
(# of companies we found using this product)
Market Share (%)
EllisLab ExpressionEngine 11,949 28%
IBM FileNet 4,428 10%
Hyland Software OnBase 3,425 8%
Adobe LiveCycle 1,805 < 5%
Laserfiche 1,613 < 5%
EMC Documentum xCP 1,578 < 5%
Bitrix24 1,503 < 5%
ImageNow 1,283 < 5%
IBM FileNet P8 1,276 < 5%
Metalogix 963 < 5%
Brainshark 886 < 5%
IBM Content Manager 858 < 5%
Kofax Capture 857 < 5%
Oracle Stellent 854 < 5%
Xerox DocuShare 775 < 5%
StreamServe 737 < 5%
Alfresco 704 < 5%
Oracle Unified Content Management (UCM) 678 < 5%
Autonomy WorkSite 499 < 5%
EMC ApplicationXtender 465 < 5%
IntraLinks 456 < 5%
pimcore 437 < 5%
docSTAR 330 < 5%
Oracle Enterprise Content Management (ECM) 330 < 5%
Veeva Vault 327 < 5%
Perceptive Software 288 < 5%
Panopto 285 < 5%
WoodWing 235 < 5%
KnowledgeLake 216 < 5%
Oracle Documaker 200 < 5%
AnyDoc 193 < 5%
Esker 188 < 5%
SpringCM 180 < 5%
Wiredrive 171 < 5%
AvePoint 163 < 5%
Qumu 160 < 5%
EMC Documentum D2 135 < 5%
Microsoft Enterprise Content Management (ECM) 130 < 5%
Brightspot 115 < 5%
OpenText Document Sciences xPression 101 < 5%
IBM Content Analytics 84 < 5%
Doculex 71 < 5%
Front Porch Digital 47 < 5%
Oracle WebCenter Imaging 46 < 5%
EMC Document Sciences 45 < 5%
IntelliChief 34 < 5%
Firmex 33 < 5%