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Oracle and OpenText: Working to deliver next-generation content management solutions

Oracle and OpenText offer content management solutions on Oracle® Fusion. This partnership extends OpenText’s recently launched enterprise solutions framework and builds on the decade-long database integration that OpenText has established with Oracle.

Embracing and extending Oracle ERP Applications

Working with Oracle allows OpenText to focus on key strengths—building content-enabled solutions that solve complex, industry-specific problems. OpenText builds comprehensive solutions using new Oracle Fusion technology. These solutions include Accounts Payable content and process extensions for Oracle ERP applications, leveraging key functionality that accommodates these business processes.

Embracing and extending Oracle business applications

OpenText provides Accounts Payable process improvement, and report management integrations for Oracle applications including Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft Enterprise, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, JD Edwards World, and Siebel CRM. These solutions seamlessly integrate with Oracle business applications and provide users with new, relevant functionality directly within the Oracle interface with which they work every day.

OpenText is committed to developing solutions based on Oracle Fusion and Oracle database technology. With these next-generation solutions, users will be able to access and manage content from Oracle, PeopleSoft, and JD Edwards applications, as well as future Oracle Fusion Applications.

Extend the reach of Oracle content into leading applications

OpenText also seamlessly integrates with leading business applications, such as Microsoft Outlook, to expose Oracle content directly in these user interfaces. For example, front-office users who typically work solely in Microsoft Outlook can access back-office content directly from the familiar Outlook interface. This reduces training costs and improves user adoption rates by not forcing them to learn new technology in order to access and leverage business content.