CEO Blog

The CEO of OpenText, Mark Barrenechea, shares his insights and observations on enterprise information management and the latest technologies.

The Future of Information: It’s Time to Rethink ECM

ECM has evolved. It’s about more than just information governance. A new way to work means that ECM should foster…

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The Future of Information: OpenText Release 16 – Robust Information Security

As the economy moves online, businesses are become more vulnerable to cyberattacks. The list of casualties grows every day, with…

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The Future of Information: OpenText Release 16 – Digital Information Governance

The regulatory landscape is complex. Companies in all industries are subject to industry-specific regulations and standards, as well as regional…

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The Future of Information: OpenText Cloud 16 – The Agility to Innovate

The Cloud is quickly becoming a business imperative. First movers with cloud technology stand to quickly gain substantial market share,…

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The Future of Information: OpenText Suite 16 – From Engagement to Insight

OpenText Suite 16 is a set of four Enterprise Information Management (EIM) suites: Content Suite, Process Suite, Experience Suite, and…

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OpenText Expands eDiscovery, Content Analytics, and Cloud with Recommind Acquisition

I am pleased to announce the acquisition of Recommind, Inc., a leading provider of eDiscovery and information analytics solutions that…

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The Future of Information: OpenText Release 16 – The Most Comprehensive Digital Platform

We’re in the midst of a Digital Revolution and for every company it is digital or die. To succeed, organizations…

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OpenText Magellan—The Next Generation of Cognitive

OpenText is shaping the future of information with Magellan, our next-generation cognitive platform. Magellan integrates visualization, voice, video, search, text,…

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The People of Enterprise World 2016

For the last 20 years, ERP has been the dominant enterprise system, automating Campaign to Cash. For the next 20…

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The Future of Information: EIM – A Single Source of the Truth

No matter the size of an organization and regardless of industry, data drives business. From insurance claims to manufacturing purchase…

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The Future of Information: The OpenText View of the World

Enterprises are facing unprecedented competitive forces. Their competitors are defying Keynesian economics and they are experiencing a massively changing workforce—all…

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The Future of Information: The Rise of Cognitive

The Digital Revolution is heralding the third significant era in the history of computer technology: the Cognitive Era. The first…

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Enterprise World 2016: From Engagement to Insight

The Digital Revolution is introducing another mass inflection in the development of enterprise technology. Over the next decade, cognitive systems…

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The Future of Information: Enter the Machines

As the Millennials enter the workforce, the machines will follow. And so cometh the machine. The Internet is constantly evolving.…

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The Future of Information: Enter the Millennials

The Millennials are one of the biggest disruptors of the enterprise. They have usurped the Baby Boomers and GenXers as…

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The Future of Information: Climbing the Curve is Insanely Hard

Every organization will make a transformational journey to digital, to embrace cognitive systems of insight. As outlined in my previous…

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Your Roadmap to a Better Way to Work: Enterprise World 2016

Enterprise World 2016 is quickly approaching, and this year we’ve got something new in store. I am pleased to announce…

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The Future of Information: The Key Disruptive Forces

In the current Digital Revolution, organizations are facing a confluence of disruptive forces as they climb the technology adoption curve…

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The Future of Information: The Impact of the Digital Revolution

This Digital Revolution is not about job creation, it is about job destruction. As many as 25 to 40 million…

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The Future of Information: Extreme Automation and Extreme Connectivity

We’re in the middle of a Digital Revolution. Like previous industrial revolutions, similar forces are having significant impact. From innovations…

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