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  • OpenText and SAP team up to provide global B2B Managed Services

    Greg Horton

    For twenty years, OpenText has been a close partner of SAP. In fact, we won an SAP Pinnacle Award the last 8 years in a row.  This year, OpenText was recognized as a SAP Pinnacle Awards 2015 Winner “Solution Extension Partner of the Year” in category Value Creation. So with a successful partnership like that – what do you do to improve it?


    Extend it!


    SAP and OpenText have announced an extension to this already successful partnership to include OpenText B2B Managed Services. OpenText B2B Manage...

  • New Forrester Report Cites OpenText as having “the broadest ECM backbone for enterprise applications”

    Alison Clarke

    The latest ECM analysis from highly respected Forrester Research has been released, and OpenText has been recognized as a leader in their evaluation of the most significant ECM software providers.

    Now, that’s always great news; our ECM solutions are consistently ranked at, or near, the top in every analyst’s reports, and we work very hard to ensure our offerings deserve that designation. But this one’s different. What’s special about this Forrester ranking for me and the rest of the ECM team her...

  • Secret Agent Software

    Rebecca Graves

    Oracle, one of today’s top Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and technology vendors, was a bit flip-floppy with its name when it started up in 1977. (No, Gwenyth, they didn’t name it “Orange”.) It started of as “Software Development Laboratories” and then switched to “Relational Software Inc.”, but neither felt right. Then one of their first customers, the CIA, had a project with the code name Oracle…  How cool is that? It’s like secret agent software!

    Now, if you have an Oracle ERP system, c...

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