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  • Contract Center: The Hat-Trick of Business Value

    Brian Wick

    A “hat-trick” is something good that happens in threes, typically three scores in a single game in hockey, soccer (football for those of you outside the U.S.), and cricket (for those really outside the U.S.). Being a bit of a sports fan, this is the first thing I thought of as OpenText launched our Contract Center today. 

    Contract Center is a new contract lifecycle management solution that brings together our Process Suite BPM platform with our Content Server ECM system, and wraps those up i...

  • International Women's Day: A Bold Call to Action

    Mark Barrenechea

    This March 8th, on behalf of my colleagues here at OpenText, I invite you to celebrate International Women’s Day and the economic, political, and social achievements of women. Through diversity programs that promote women in technology we can make a profound and lasting change for the betterment of the equality and posterity of women, the technology industry, and society as a whole.

    The first International Women's Day dates back to 1911. The 21st century has brought significant changes to equa...

  • Musings on Digital Payments from Snow Country

    Susan Feinberg

    As I sit in my office in Massachusetts after shoveling out from the 8th snowstorm in six weeks (but who is counting?), I have begun to wonder whether now is the time to simply declare that all banking going forward shall be digital.  Just as our Commonwealth’s new Governor banned all street traffic except for emergency vehicles for several days in late January, perhaps the Federal Reserve Bank should declare a permanent ban on all financial transactions involving paper except for emergencies. No...

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