Digital Transformation

Clarity First. Clarity Always – Managing Marketing Content in the Life Sciences

Marketing from the Life Sciences industry is constantly under the spotlight. US state and federal governments have handed out some…

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Government-as-a-Platform: Toward a Digital Infrastructure Designed With Agility by Default

The change of US presidency brings a focus on the agility of government IT systems. A rule of thumb is…

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European iTour – Inspiration in 5 Cities

Over the last two weeks of March, the OpenText Innovation Tour took us to meet customers in London, Paris, Munich,…

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ECM Success in Today’s World Means Evolving to the Cloud

OpenText™ Content Suite and Documentum content management solutions have been the cornerstone of thousands of organizations’ effective Enterprise Content Management…

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Are Neo-Luddites Giving Digital Transformation a Pass?

At the beginning of the 19th century, English textile workers called Luddites destroyed weaving machinery to protest “the fraudulent and…

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Digital Transformation and Thoughts From Gartner Symposium

I recently had the opportunity to attend and present at the Gartner Symposium in Dubai on behalf of OpenText. This…

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Stuck in the “Now” can Hold Back the Future of Oil and Gas

Several Oil & Gas capital project leaders I met with in Amsterdam recently have had me thinking – are we…

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Digital Transformation Just Can’t be Doing More of the Same

Einstein famously described insanity as repeatedly doing the same thing and expecting different results. Recent research from Gartner found that…

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Are we in Danger of Confusing Digital Transformation With Digitization?

Digital Transformation has been at the top of the priority lists of Public Sector CIOs for some time now. Yet,…

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Putting the X Factor Into Customer Experience

For many years now we have heard that organizations must look to improve their customer experience to stand a chance…

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European Energy CIOs Reap Benefit of Digital Transformation – and That’s Just the Start

According to new research from IDG and OpenText, over 90% of Energy companies in the UK and Nordic region have…

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Celebrating Our Customers, Celebrating Your Success

We pride ourselves on many things here at OpenText: we are the undisputed leader in EIM, we are one of…

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Challenges & Opportunities In Energy’s Digital Transformation

In this post we introduce guest blogger Martin Veitch, Editorial Director at IDG Connect UK, who will present at the…

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Analytics is Key to Digital Transformation in UK Manufacturing

When TS Elliot famously wrote ‘Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?’ he could easily have been speaking…

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Digitalisation: Hits and Misses in the Energy Industry

In this post we welcome guest blogger Dario Nazemson, Business Unit Manager, IDG Connect Nordics who will present at the…

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Bye-Bye Repetitive Marketing Tasks, Hello Compelling Customer Conversations

For nearly two decades, email has been the main message bearer in marketing. But with tightening regulations, it is becoming…

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Regulatory Matters: Collaboration is key for Life (Sciences) in 2017 – Part Two

The Life Sciences sector is very innovative. The Boston Consulting Group found that almost 20% of the world’s most innovative…

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Regulatory Matters: Collaboration is key for Life (Sciences) in 2017 – Part One

Life Sciences, like life itself, is constantly evolving. The rigid, product-based environment of complementary but discrete healthcare specialists is rapidly…

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2017. The Year Distributed Becomes Mainstream for Utilities?

There’s been a great deal written about the regulatory uncertainty surrounding the new President but one thing is certain: the…

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What are the key Strategic Initiatives for 2017 for OpenText and SAP?

As always in early January a few of us attend the SAP FKOM (sales kick off) event in either Barcelona,…

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