Enterprise content management can be defined as a process of accurately defining, sourcing, integrating, storing, and effectively retrieving and reconciling massive amounts of enterprise documents and making the right document available at the right time. Most of the business personnel involved in making strategic decisions rely on the enterprise content produced inside organizations. This content is highly unstructured and scattered. Therefore, a majority of the organization’s time is taken up in the search, transformation, processing, and extraction of the suitable content to construct the necessary business models and implement them strategically to improve decision making in organizations. Making vital business data easily available and in structured documents form can result in increased efficiency and reduced overhead costs of content management.