OpenText Solution Kicks off New Enterprise-grade Cloud solution
ORLANDO, FL: OpenText, provider of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) solution, announces the availability of OpenText Application Governance & Archiving (AGA) 10.7 for Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft SharePoint Services. OpenText, Microsoft's only Global ISV delivering EIM solutions for SharePoint now stretches its abilities of compliance management and integration of ERP systems to Office 365 users by providing customers access to core information sources from any device, in any location,.
The solution enables customers to migrate from on-premises instances of Microsoft SharePoint to Microsoft Office 365 in the cloud, while retaining core information governance and compliance processes, and integrating content from other enterprise applications such as SAP and Oracle EBS.
"Today's CIOs are being asked by the business to reduce costs and provide anytime and any device access to information by adopting cloud services like Office 365," says Patricia Nagle, vice president, Global Strategic Alliances at OpenText. "Together, Microsoft and OpenText are helping them to do so in a compliant way, while extending the usability of Office 365 by enabling collaboration with 3rd party ERP systems such as SAP and Oracle, a clear demonstration of the benefit of Microsoft and OpenText's partnership to enterprise customers."
OpenText Application Governance and Archiving for Microsoft SharePoint and OpenText SharePoint Services for Extended ECM provide integrated, end-to-end management of SharePoint sites and documents across an entire enterprise. With sophisticated site deployment and management tools, a framework for provisioning native SharePoint business applications with built-in compliance and the ability to integrate enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, the OpenText Application Governance and Archiving for Microsoft SharePoint (AGA) and OpenText Microsoft SharePoint Services for Extended ECM (SPS) solutions combine all content sources in a single solution.
Advantages for organizations with this solution include: meeting compliance and archiving requirements, efficient management of the growth of SharePoint sites, provision of access to disparately spread enterprise content, reduction in administration and storage costs and overall improvement of user productivity.
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