Content Services are the perfect gift for every co-worker on your list! Here’s how

December brings the inevitable panic over gift giving, so why not make this Holiday season stress free by giving the professionals in your organization the gift that keeps on giving — OpenText™ Content Services! Check out our suggestions below to help choose which solution is best for the professionals that drive your enterprise.

The visionary

Content ServicesJennifer is ambitious, driven and always looking down the road. She drinks five Americanos from Starbucks daily. Her calendar is booked solid with strategy meetings and her Bluetooth headset has become embedded into her hair. Jennifer knows that information is the key to success — and that information is only useful if it’s delivered in context to the people that need it. Jennifer wants OpenText™ Extended ECM in order to integrate content management with lead applications and bridge content silos for more effective business processes.

The long-time employee

Content ServicesLarry has worked at your organization since before recorded time and he knows the entire history of the organization and its people. He’s also the only guy who knows how much valuable content is buried in seldom-accessed legacy systems and the resources it takes to keep those antiquated platforms running. When Larry retires, even rudimentary access to that content leaves with him. Put his mind to rest by recognizing the importance of decommissioning legacy systems and integrating their information back into the organization. Larry wants OpenText™ InfoArchive to eliminate maintenance of aging systems and reduce data migration costs and timeframes.

 The knowledge manager

Content ServicesEdgar is organized, detail oriented, and he loves metadata. He takes great pride in being the gate keeper. If he can’t find a document for you in a repository, then you better buy skates, because Hell has frozen over. Edgar spends his days managing all types of content throughout its lifecycle and he has never felt more alive. Edgar wants OpenText™ Content Suite or OpenText™ Documentum™ for next generation content management that doesn’t compromise on usability or productivity.

The engineer

Content ServicesYou don’t actually know their name or title, but you know they “do something with CAD”. One time you two talked about “vectors” and you nodded and pretended to understand. You don’t know each other well, but you do have to share, collaborate on and approve documents, drawings and plans together frequently. Get the engineer OpenText™ Brava!™ for secure sharing and collaborating on every type of document—including engineering drawings — without needing the native applications.

 

The Millennial

Content ServicesAshley works in Marketing and when she isn’t in the office, she is travelling with her dog Bella and documenting it on her blog. Ashley has an app for everything and considers her phone the ultimate networking and productivity tool. Ashley needs to be able to do her work on her phone, tablet or laptop – whichever is physically nearest to her at the moment. Ashley wants OpenText™ Content Server Mobile to remain connected and productive, wherever she and Bella go.

The accountant

Content ServicesRita has an IQ of 140 and the eyes of a hawk. Her business tax forms are perfect. Rita has a mug on her desk that says “It’s Accrual World” and it makes her laugh every day. No one else gets it. Instead of exercising her strengths, Rita spends significant parts of each day manually keying data into systems. Which she checks three times to ensure perfection. Rita wants OpenText™ Captiva™ to capture and transform paper, faxes and other physical content into application-ready information.

Learn more about OpenText Content Services.

Daniela Santarossa

Daniela Santarossa is a Product Marketing Manager for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions, based in Waterloo, Canada.

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