How Artificial Intelligence Impacts the Content Migration Process

Cristina-Maria Dulău - Software Developer @ fme

Raul Breje - Software Developer @ fme

Europa room, 3rd floor

12nd November, 15:10-15:40

Artificial intelligence is on the rise and being incorporated in various fields of technology. In the demo session we’ll show you how migration-center AI module automatically categorizes your documents into invoices, contracts, protocols and other document types. Based on the trained algorithm we’ll show how the module detects patterns based on the unstructured content of a document and refers them to possible attribute values that can be used as new attribute values for ECM systems.

Cristina-Maria Dulău


I discovered my passion for artificial intelligence and artificial vision 3 years ago when started studying them. I truly believe that these two areas are worth researching and understanding because they represent the technologies of the future; therefore, they are now increasingly integrated into all possible fields.

Currently, I am a software developer with solid knowledge in the ECM platforms at fme where we develop ingenious solutions for our clients' problems, helping them carry out their tasks in the shortest time possible with the product we develop.

Raul Breje


I am a motivated person who always strives to achieve the best solution for any task. My experience offers me the insight to make decisions in stressful situations, being also a perfectionist.

I've been a Mensa member since 2015 and I graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Babeș-Bolyai University, where I earned a BSc in Computer Science and an MSc in Software Engineering.

My work at fme started as an intern about five years ago. Since then I have worked on various projects, the most important one being our well-known product, migration-center. Currently, I am a software developer in the Products Department with strong knowledge of ECM platforms and data/content migration. I have supervised three development internship programs thus far and continue to guide colleagues in their career as a mentor.