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What a Year can do for you: Process Suite 16 EP2

It’s been a year since we brought Release 16 to the market, and how time flies! For OpenText™ Process Suite, Release 16 was significant with the new low-code application development capabilities. A lot has happened in a year. Low-code has become an industry standard term, and we’re seeing customers and partners around the world quickly building, testing, and iterating applications in days and weeks versus months or years. The adoption trend is definitely heading up and to the right.

With the ability to address business needs more quickly and effectively, low-code application development is helping companies move forward toward their digital transformation goals. Thinking about digital transformation as a journey and not a destination redefines how we innovate, regardless of industry. Digital transformation accelerates the pace and scalability of a business, and it creates opportunities for new ecosystems to thrive. Yet it also demands more flexibility and speed to get applications to market and adjust them according to ever-changing market dynamics.

So over the past year, with Process Suite EP1 and EP2, our focus has been to make low-code more effective and customer applications more impactful. In EP2 we’ve added major enhancements to improve the application development capabilities, from design time improvements in the entity modeling designer for creating, modifying, and customizing forms and building blocks to security enhancements that support conditional properties to manage access and passing of controls. These new capabilities and enhancements allow greater control and ease in developing the user experience for an application.

To support the critical need of connecting processes and content, especially for case management applications, we’ve deepened the integration with OpenText™ Extended ECM for Process Suite, which enables users to connect documents to entities and configure for additional metadata. We’ve also added a new configuration report function that provides administrators with a complete report on various configurations related to Extended ECM in Process Suite and status to validate the configurations and take corrective steps if necessary.

In addition to easing application design and adding greater forms controls, EP2 also improves integration with external systems to support a key need for case management: the ability to follow the case across applications and systems. We’ve made this easier with a series of enhancements that include

  • a pluggable EIS connector framework to bring external data into Process Suite as entities to use in an application,
  • the ability to import data from external databases and use them as entities in an application,
  • enhancements for the EIS connector to manage external entities and integrations, and
  • better support developer integrations.

With EP2, it is now even easier for case management applications to do more, change more, and connect with content better. The tight integration between content and processes connects the right person, system, or thing with the content it needs—at the right time.

To learn more about Process Suite 16 and how low-code can help your organization, check out the Process Suite Executive Overview or join us at Enterprise World this July and meet with process and low-code experts and customers who can answer questions and provide insight on how you can use Process Suite to drive toward your digital transformation goals.

About Jenny Victor

Jenny Victor
Jenny leads the Business Process Management product marketing for OpenText. including messaging, go-to-market, thought leadership, and product launches for OpenText Process Suite.

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