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OpenText webinar: Learn to maximize your IT investments and ROI

Have you ever looked at your IT budget and thought to yourself, “What kind of ROI am I getting from these huge and seemingly never-ending investments? Can I really justify this spend? How do I show that these investments are significantly contributing to the bottom line?”

Companies are always looking to cut costs, but you can’t throw away your productivity and collaboration solutions like Microsoft® Office 365® or get rid of the ERP or CRM business applications that drive your business operations.

OpenText™ Extended ECM for Microsoft® Office 365™ connects your content in Microsoft Office 365 and the information in your ERP and CRM systems where your business processes live to help justify your IT spend, maximize your IT ROI and add revenue.

Webinar: Learn to maximize your investment in Microsoft technologies

Join my colleague, Chris Sargent, and our 2018 Implementation Partner of the year, Alitek, as they discuss how OpenText™ Extended ECM for Microsoft® Office 365™ surfaces critical business information – no matter where it resides – to make better business decisions that positively impacts your bottom line.  They will also review a customer case study that shows the payoff that comes with integrating content and business processes.

Join us on May 16 from 11:00AM – 11:30AM EST to learn how to maximize your investment in Microsoft technologies.

Register here.

Are you ready for the Intelligent and Connected Enterprise? Join us at OpenText™ Enterprise World 2019 to hear how we’re enabling the Intelligent and Connected Enterprise with AI and the Internet of Things.

Deidra (Dei) Jow

Dei is a Strategic Ecosystems Manager for OpenText Microsoft solutions. She helps Enterprise customers improve efficiencies by connecting content and key business processes. She has been in the software industry for 20+ years and previously worked at Microsoft and has a degree in Business Marketing from the University of Hawaii.

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