Unleash the power of information

OpenText is a portfolio of software solutions and services enabling medium and large-sized enterprises to manage information from many sources via a central location. Giving users a 360-degree overview of big data insights, enterprise information and workflows.

Today’s Enterprise Information Management (EIM) solutions are a far cry from those of just a decade ago. They combine content management, business process management, customer experience management and business intelligence to form a holistic tool linking all business processes and high-quality data – structured and unstructured, paving the way for powerful analytics that drive strategic decision-making.

Your competitive advantage depends on your ability to organize, connect, and analyze enterprise-related data and information to generate holistic business insights.

The 5 pillars of OpenText

OpenText builds its services and solutions on 5 comprehensive pillars that enable the transformation of a business into an information enterprise:

  1. Enterprise content management. Connecting unstructured information such as documents and communications with business processes, taking the lifecycle of the content into account.
  2. Customer experience management. Learning from your customers to design customer experiences that foster engagement, satisfaction and loyalty.
  3. Business process management. Optimizing the roles of people and technologies within operational processes, leading to more agile and efficient organizations.
  4. Business network. Managing access to the right information by the appropriate parties – inside and outside the company.
  5. Discovery. Making analytics-derived insights and enterprise-wide information accessible, actionable and visual.

Why the world loves OpenText

  • Smash through information silos created by old systems and corporate boundaries.
  • Address the security concerns of enterprise stakeholders.
  • Comply with complex industry standards, regulations and laws that often cross national boundaries.
  • Offer user access tailored to the current use of mobile devices, social networks, and cloud-based services.
  • Provide an intuitive, easy-to-use interface and enough computing power to handle the needs of the enterprise.
  • Adapt to new needs, dynamic environments, and changing technologies.

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