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OpenText releases two new cloud offerings for SAP

06 Jun 18

OpenText has released two new cloud solutions - Extended ECM for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition and Archive Center for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition.

Extended ECM for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition (offered by SAP as SAP Extended Enterprise Content Management by OpenText, cloud edition) helps businesses to gain value from their collected information, and improve business processes by extending content services to SAP solutions and other 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.

Extended ECM for SAP Solutions, Cloud Edition provides digital content management as a service across SAP applications.

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, organisations running traditional on-premises applications have needed to address numerous issues around complexity, data and information management, collaboration and regulatory compliance," says OpenText CEO, CTO and vice chair Mark J. Barrenechea.

"These new offerings simplify the process for organisations 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."

"These latest solutions join other cloud-enabled offerings - including SAP Hybris Digital Asset Management Cloud by OpenText and SAP SuccessFactors Extended Enterprise Content Management by OpenText - to support our customers in their digital transformation efforts," adds Barrenechea.

"The OpenText Cloud Suite for SAP solutions helps assure that organisations can get securely managed data and documents in the cloud, whilst integrating with transactions and processes running in SAP software."

OpenText’s cloud-enabled suite of solutions provide controlled and automated content management capabilities allowing organisations to reduce manual processes, simplify compliance with data protection regulations, and provide meaningful business insight.

All elements of an organisation's enterprise information - unstructured content and structured SAP data - is available in the context of key business processes, at any point in time, on any device.

OpenText Suite for SAP solutions is designed to enable end-to-end business value - the solutions integrate with the existing business architecture running SAP software.

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