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OpenText’s EIM “Exstream” Allows Omni-Channel Communications

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CERN-CMS-endcap-290x230-CREDIT-ArpadHorvathPer PR Newswire, OpenText™, a global leader in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), announced the latest version of OpenText Exstream. The new release offers the fastest, most reliable communications production engine to enable digital transformation for companies.

OpenText Exstream helps companies in a range of industries and sizes optimize customer engagement through the design and delivery of personalized, consistent, anytime/anywhere communications, for better customer experiences across all channels. The new version includes capabilities that enable users to create responsive, mobile-ready content; generate robust, interactive charts; perform controlled in-context editing; and better handle PDFs.

This latest release of OpenText Exstream includes new capabilities for digital communications that allow customers to:

  • Create mobile-ready content with responsive features via improvements in HTML email output, to scale, collapse or hide content when viewing on small screens and devices.
  • Generate robust interactive JavaScript charts for mobile and web channels, or use an image of the same chart for PDF output, using new advanced chart add-ins.
  • Perform controlled “in-context” editing directly in the targeted layout for the communication, including email, PDF or print, with OpenText Exstream’s updated thin-client, browser-based Exstream Empower Editor 2.0.
  • Gain PDF handling improvements with support for internal PDF hyperlinks, PDF/A-2a, PDF/UA and Page-Piece Dictionary indexing; and dynamically import HTML with formatted text, tables, images, and variable content.

OpenText Exstream is used by over 1,000 enterprises worldwide and was recently cited as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Customer Communications Management, Q2 2016.

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo Credit: Arpad Horvath

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