Output Management

Output Management As A Service? Yes, It’s Here!

In today’s information-driven world, it can be a challenge to manage all of the content and data that is available from so many different sources, and ensure it is delivered to consumers in the appropriate format, on the right device, at the exact time required. Not to mention the limited budgets pushing IT to do more with less.

It’s no surprise companies are turning to cloud-based solutions for help. According to Garter research, 70% of CIOs are looking to change their technology and sourcing relationships in the next 2 to 3 years, with 46% working with new vendor categories such as cloud.

“Organizations are pursuing strategies because of the multidimensional value of cloud services, including values such as agility, scalability, cost benefits, innovation and business growth,” said Sid Nag, Gartner research director. “While all external-sourcing decisions will not result in a virtually automatic move to the cloud, buyers are looking to the ‘cloud first’ in their decisions, in support of time to value impact via speed of implementation.”

Enter OpenText™ Output Extender, Cloud Edition.

Output Extender, is an industry-first Output-as-a-Service offering that enables customers to run their output management needs under a SaaS service and subscription model for data and print stream transformation, multi-channel delivery and generating regulatory-compliant accessible formats.

Benefits of OpenText Output Extender solution
Output Extender Value Proposition

Organizations can automate, simplify and streamline their output management through this hosted cloud service that provides multi-channel assured delivery. Transformation services with job tracking, retry and device failover ensure your business critical documents are always processed for fulfillment, statement presentment and report distribution needs.

Output Extender also supports regulatory compliance for high volume documents such as statements, bills, customer notifications by enabling the transformation of PDF documents into accessible format for visually impaired individuals, complying with regulation such as Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the U.K. Equality Act.

OpenText™ Content Server customers can extend their EIM value proposition to mainframe content and other legacy reports and statements with Output Extender. Organizations can also use Output Extender to consolidate repositories and eliminate expensive term-based MIPS pricing while opening their content to the Content Suite EIM platform – all in the cloud without having to install or manage any additional software or infrastructure.

The TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) for consuming cloud services like Output Extender is typically lower than running internally or purchasing perpetual licenses, plus organizations reap additional cloud benefits, including rapid time to market, lower infrastructure costs, reduced IT management responsibilities, maintenance free implementation and an easy-to-use interface with minimal configuration.

Learn more about Output Extender.

About Meha Varier

Meha Varier
Meha Varier is the Director of Product Marketing for OpenText’s Output Transformation (formerly Actuate Content Services) group. She is the voice of the customer within the division and is responsible for defining and communicating the business and technical value proposition for the Output Transformation suite of products.

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