OpenText recently announced that their OpenText Extended ECM has been recognized as a leader in The Forrester Wave: Content Platforms, Q2 2021. The company got the top scores in the criteria of support for team or project workspaces, packaged applications, integration and interoperability, and lifecycle management.
According to the Forrester report, “OpenText’s product strategy has a strong focus on integration with essential employee productivity and enterprise applications. Its transition to cloud has been a multi-year journey, offering a mix of SaaS apps along with public and private cloud deployment options for Extended ECM. Its next-generation, cloud native SaaS offering, Core Content, built on its OT2 platform, was launched in April 2021.”
“We believe this Forrester evaluation is a testament to our long history as an industry leader in ECM and content services technology,” said Muhi Majzoub, Chief Product Officer at OpenText. “OpenText offers the industry’s most comprehensive suite of cloud content platforms and applications that empower modern work. They are fully integrated to provide complete end-to-end cloud solutions that are flexible and easy to deploy, from capture to archiving, as well as specialized, hybrid use cases that help meet organizations’ unique needs.”
The report further says, “Shortlist OpenText when mature content services are necessary to integrate with a breadth of enterprise applications. Regulated industries needing flexible cloud and hybrid deployment options will find a fit with OpenText…”
“Extended ECM excels in core content services such as records management, application integration, support for virtual team and project workspaces, and most recently, native e-signature offerings.” The report continues, “Reference customers rate its records management and search highly, and they value its breadth of API capabilities and quality of technical support.”
The OpenText Extended ECM joins together content with leading business applications like SAP S/4HANA, SAP Success Factors, Salesforce, Microsoft Office 365 and other process-driving software. This is part of the OpenText Content Cloud, a very comprehensive suite of content management products that give end-to-end solutions. This guides businesses to maximize the full value and minimize the risks of their information. OpenText has worked with various industries through extensive integration capabilities, full lifecycle management, and intelligent automation.
One example is ATCO Australia. The company utilizes the OpenText Extended ECM Platform to manage, secure and oversee all their informational assets. This spans from legal and operational documents to contracts and work orders. Just recently, the company has already transferred their information management system to the OpenText Content Cloud.
“By moving to the cloud, access speeds are much faster—almost twice as fast. Additionally, we are now using the latest features and functionality with integration into leading business applications like Microsoft 365,” said Chris Marshall, General Manager IT at ATCO Australia.
Download a copy of “The Forrester Wave: Content Platforms, Q2, 2021” here.
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