Customer Excitement Around Magellan and Project Bandaroo

OpenText Enterprise World has been the place to be for everything EIM this week, with the opportunity for delegates to learn about how OpenText can help them solve their information challenges and prepare for the digital world.

But among the many thousands of conversations taking place between attendees, sponsors and OpenText experts, the two big topics have been Project Bandaroo and OpenText Magellan.

Project Bandaroo is set to deliver on the the next generation of enterprise content management and social software, an OpenText project that changes the nature of work. Built on OpenText Core, Project Bandaroo is OpenText’s vision for collaborative working, incorporating social communities, information and project channels, intelligent bots and secure information management, allowing individuals and teams to work with information in a collaborative, social and engaging way.

Sign-up for more information on Project Bandaroo.

The other big topic of conversation at Enterprise World has been OpenText Magellan, OpenText’s next generation cognitive analytics platform. Magellan will integrate structured and unstructured data, including voice, video, text, natural language and semantics to deliver deep business insight and predictive analytics.

OpenText Magellan marks the democratization of cognitive computing!

About Tim Brook

Tim Brook
Tim Brook is responsible for International Corporate Communications at OpenText, including the companies media profile and brand perception across North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. With over 20 years of experience in technology PR, media and analyst relations, Tim has worked for some of the biggest brands in the tech sector including Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Adobe, Vodafone and OpenText.

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