A recent press release reports, “OpenText, the global leader in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), today announced the immediate availability of two new cloud solutions: OpenText Extended ECM for SAP® Solutions, Cloud Edition and OpenText Archive Center for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition. These new solutions help simplify the digital transformation process for companies by integrating digital content into the OpenText cloud. OpenText Extended ECM for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition (offered by SAP as SAP Extended Enterprise Content Management by OpenText, cloud edition) helps businesses to unlock the value of information and improve business processes by extending content services to SAP solutions and other leading business applications. The new cloud-based offering enables a frictionless exchange of information between internal and external users, helping ensure compliance with enterprise, national and international regulations. OpenText Extended ECM for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition is the first solution to provide digital content management as a service across SAP applications.”
The release continues, “OpenText Archive Center for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition (sold by SAP as SAP Archiving and Document Access by OpenText, cloud edition) is a new public cloud platform to address the exponential growth of content and data related to core processes running in SAP software. The solution helps accelerate the conversion to SAP S/4HANA® by reducing data volumes and streamlining data and content related processes. ‘As the pace of innovation has increased, organizations running traditional on-premises applications have needed to address numerous issues around complexity, data and information management, collaboration and regulatory compliance,’ said Mark J. Barrenechea Vice Chair, CEO and CTO, OpenText. ‘These new offerings simplify the process for organizations looking to re-platform their SAP solutions and move to the cloud, creating a scalable foundation to manage, and gain insight from, the exponential growth of content and data’.”
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