Gartner recently published its 2017 Customer Communications Management Software Magic Quadrant, with OpenText positioned as a Leader in this report. Gartner evaluated both OpenText™ Communications Center and OpenText™ Exstream before the acquisition. However, Gartner focuses on each vendor’s technology execution, strategy and vision – not product specifics – so there is only one OpenText “dot” on the graphic.
The 2015 CCM MQ positioned both OpenText Communications Center and Exstream in the “Leaders” quadrant. In the latest version, we believe we maintain a strong position as a Leader due to our breadth of capability across our CCM products and the strength of our direction to combine Communications Center and Exstream into a single platform, thereby bringing additional value to our current and prospective customers.
Our position on the “Ability to Execute” axis improved from the average position of Communications Center and Exstream in the 2015 MQ. The position on the “Completeness of Vision” axis held steady compared to Exstream’s placement in the last report, which we believe is a good sign that Gartner approves of our strategy to provide a single flagship CCM offering to enable business users to easily design and deliver omnichannel communications – including web, mobile, SMS, and print channels.
The future is bright and exciting as we bring our CCM products together into a single, powerful platform to meet any omnichannel CCM requirements. This is happening now and will bring benefits to all current customers of Communications Center Enterprise (formerly StreamServe), Exstream, and Communications Center CRM (formerly PowerDocs).
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