Engineering project budgets are increasingly being squeezed tighter. Projects need to run with more efficient collaboration, lower startup cost and more dynamic project scaling to maintain a competitive edge.
At OpenText™, the energy application team is committed to providing organizations with efficiently controlled project and process solutions to speed project startup and completion.
OpenText™ Core for Capital Projects efficiently controls engineering information, collaborative work processes, and risk across the lifecycle of projects in the cloud.
Updated user experience
The updated look and feel, designed by OpenText’s user experience team, provides an intuitive user experience. Thanks to the updated OpenText™ Brava! ™ integration, users can now leverage slick markup and consolidation facilities for the engineering review process.
Improved Issue markup and consolidation speed review and approval processes
Comments are now “Issues” with more flexible markup creation, consolidation and color controls
OTDS authentication provides consistent control
The more powerful OpenText™ OT2 OTDS authentication process supports login with email address and password, with SAML support and shared authentication across OT2 applications.
Performance and cleanup improvements for read messages simplify collaboration.
Support for more controlled document updates allow users to reserve and unreserve content for editing to ensure that updates are not overwritten.
Create-anywhere for documents
The wizard-based document creation process no longer needs to be initiated in a folder. The document will be auto-classified based on property information and project configuration.
Global help system
New easy to follow consistent OpenText format with easy navigation and search accessible from the application, and maintained independently of the solution improves productivity and adoption.
View the webinar recording, Managing engineering projects in the cloud just got easier with Core for Capital Projects 19.2, here.
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Discover all the latest innovations in OpenText Content Services here, and read more about OpenText Release 16, OpenText Cloud and OpenText OT2 here. Learn more about OpenText Core for Capital Projects and related