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 Analytics. Each suite represents a…

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Mark J. Barrenechea

July 25, 20162 minute read

OpenText Suite 16 is a set of four Enterprise Information Management (EIM) suites: Content Suite, Process Suite, Experience Suite, and Analytics. Each suite represents a set of integrated products that have been packaged together and can be deployed on-premises, as a subscription in the OpenText Cloud, or as a Managed Service.

OpenText Suite 16
OpenText Suite 16

As well as helping our customers move to the Cloud, we have been working for over a year now to integrate analytics throughout OpenText Release 16. Our goal is to provide analytics capabilities in each suite for extracting valuable business insights from enterprise information. Deeper, embeddable analytics are also available as an independent suite.

In addition to the EIM suites, this release includes AppWorks™—a development platform designed to speed the path from need to solution for IT organizations. To give customers more comprehensive control over their enterprise information, OpenText Release 16 supports new information flows such as Capture-to-Disposition, Create-to-Consume, Procure-to-Pay, and Event-to-Outcome.

With more than 1,000 points of integration, OpenText Suite 16 is truly the most integrated digital platform available today. Each suite can be connected to existing, non-OpenText EIM applications and solutions to maximize technology investments. Our low-cost, open stack supports a variety of commonly used database and web server technologies to significantly reduce the cost of the underlying software infrastructure.

OpenText Suite 16 delivers a variety of innovations of significant value to new and existing customers. The combination of cloud availability, an open stack, massive new functional capabilities, and deeper integrations make OpenText Release 16 a destination release for any business looking to take their EIM technologies to the next level.

In my next post, we’ll explore what’s new with OpenText Cloud 16.

Find out more: www.opentext.com/16

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Mark J. Barrenechea

Mark J. Barrenechea joined OpenText as President and Chief Executive Officer in January 2012, and also serves as a member of the Board of Directors. In January 2016, Mark took on the role of Chief Technology Officer and was appointed Vice Chair in September 2017.

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