Since its birth 18 years ago, DM Magazine has covered applications that overlap with its central tenet of Document Management, including Knowledge & Content Management, E-mail, Records and Archive Management, as well as ‘peripheral’ technologies such as security, storage systems and networking. Included in our broad definition of Document Management would be scanning & imaging, data capture, recognition, archiving and retrieval, workflow & business process automation and intra/internet solutions. In recent years there has been a shift in emphasis towards Enterprise Content Management, and therefore integration with line-of-business applications, ROI and similar strategic issues are also covered regularly.
Hardware coverage includes document scanners and multifunction devices, as well as other related products such as display technologies, storage devices, network printing solutions etc. DM also occasionally reviews more peripheral product offerings such as fax servers, email management/archival software etc.
DM includes regular ‘focus’ looks at specific vertical markets where these technologies are having a major impact: foremost among these continue to be government, health, and the finance sector, and we will also feature construction, manufacturing, utilities, distribution, professional services, logistics, education and more.
The magazine is published bi-monthly
The circulation is14,560 in the UK
As with any title in a fast moving IT sector, all planned features are subject to change at short notice, whether due to last-minute withdrawal of an article or just someone pitching us an idea that we can’t resist! Document Manager welcomes submissions from vendors/PR’s, especially by-lined Opinion articles and case studies/Case Studies. This features list is also available at www.document-manager.com where you can view the full media pack and other information relating to the magazine.
Reviews: Relevant hardware & software products for the Product Focus review pages should be suggested in the first instance to the editor by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We aim to feature product reviews in each issue. Each is generally a one-page ‘overview’ rather than an in-depth ‘labs’ style review. It will list new and interesting features of a product (hardware or software) along with its target market and similar information. Each review ends with a brief verdict, contact details for supplier (URL) and price indications.
Other regulars: Each issue will normally carry user case studies (primarily UK-based or internationally-known users), as well as a detailed interview with a senior person from within the industry. We welcome suggestions for by-lined Opinion articles from within the industry (vendors, analysts etc.), the content of which should fall under one of the broad headings: Technology, Management or Strategy.