News of the Week
On Monday, January 30th OpenText announced its success in becoming the first major vendor to attain VERS certification for its records management solution with Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
"For customers in highly regulated industries and government agencies, compliance with major standards for records management and archiving is critical to their ability to deploy SharePoint 2010 strategically across the enterprise," said Gianpaolo Carraro, Director, Microsoft Australia. "By taking on the effort to achieve VERS certification, OpenText demonstrates the value of a strong ecosystem in helping customers get maximum benefit from their investment in the Microsoft platform."
On Thursday, OpenText was proud to share its recognition as one of The Financial Post’s 10 Best Companies to Work For in the 2012 competition.
“OpenText is pleased to have been named a Top 10 Canadian employer on the basis of both company performance and our employee benefits,” said Tony Preston, Senior Vice-President Human Resources at OpenText. “It’s rewarding to receive this recognition, given that we strive to achieve top tier performance as a home-grown Canadian company.”
In other blogs, Lubor Ptacek suggests that successful vendors heed the sliding the scale of social software implementation and cater to all business needs whether conservative or cutting-edge.
James Latham begins to explore the evolutional shift in marketing from outbound tactics to inbound channels, citing low-cost advantage as the main catalyst.
Dave Martin shares his candid take on SharePoint’s quest to acquire full “E” ECM designation in his recent AIIM post. And if you missed it, check out his OpenText ECM Briefs repost of, If You're Thinking SharePoint...Think Big Picture.
OpenText in the Media
Image and Data Manager picked up Monday’s release, publishing VERS tick for OpenText RM on SharePoint 2010.
Financial Post technology reporter, Jameson Berkow, spoke with OpenText’s recently appointed Chief Executive Officer, Mark Barrenechea. In his first interview since becoming CEO, Barrenechea shared his priorities for the company, along with growth plans and a goal of hitting the US$2-billion mark.
CMSWire’s Barb Mosher took a closer look with OpenText’s Marci Maddox at the many elements of customer experience management.
You work hard all week, so why not play hard this weekend? UpStart: Festival of Innovative Canadian Theatre kicks off tomorrow at the University of Waterloo!
Last updated Feb 03, 2012 at 11:47 AM GMT