OpenText™ is proud to be named a leader in Enterprise Content Management Transactional Content Services (ECM TCS) by Forrester Research, Inc. in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Content Management – Transactional Content Services, Q2 2017.
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With digital transformation, organizations are seeing new opportunities to extend Enterprise Content Management into the applications that drive business. This helps bridge siloes, integrate governance controls, and realize the full value of content by using it in context. Enhancing this process productivity is a foundational component of next-generation ECM platforms.
With the addition of Documentum, OpenText is shaping the future of ECM to help you drive innovation, move from information to insight, and fuel growth. In its vendor review, Forrester cited both OpenText Content Suite and Documentum as a leader, which we believe validates our direction and underscores our commitment to an innovative, unified solution portfolio for document management.
“OpenText continues to execute on its strategy to embed content and process services into core business systems, including Salesforce, SAP, and other cloud and on-premises enterprise applications,” reads the report. “Its application data archiving, BPM, life-cycle management, and foundational content services all support this extended ECM market position.”
This Forrester report analyzes ECM offerings that deal with transactional content – the invoices, statements, applications, and communications that fuel processes. Read it to learn:
- The benefits of digitization, process automation, and paper elimination
- The key capabilities of transactional content services, including user interface modernization, mobile frameworks, customer success programs, and low- or no-code design tools
- Why OpenText made the list of vendors that “lead the pack”