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The Content Services keynote at Enterprise World

A one-stop insight into the evolving ECM sector

At OpenTextTM Enterprise World 2018 I once again had the pleasure of connecting with our highly diverse OpenText customer and partner community. And once again I was reminded that regardless of where they’re from, their role or industry, our common language is information management. It was amazing to soak in the buzz around the Toronto Convention Centre, to engage with some of the 4000 attendees and to realize we’re all at the epicenter of a transformation driven by technology change, social and business needs, and most importantly – information.

One of my highlights every year is presenting the Content Services Strategy and Roadmap keynote with our VP of Product Management and Engineering, Michael Cybala. Why? It’s one of the rare occasions where we have the “airtime” really dig into the changes, advances and opportunities in the sector formerly known as ECM — and demonstrate how these advances are driving real transformation across organizations.

Over the course of our presentation, Michael and I were able to expand on why content services and the cloud are becoming central to modern content management strategies. We outlined new use cases and integration possibilities that are improving productivity and enabling real business transformation. And we welcomed a customer speaker and an industry thought leader to the stage to provide real-world perspectives.

If you’re looking for a thorough overview of the changes taking place in enterprise content management, and what they mean to your organization, there’s no better place to start.

Watch (or re-watch) the Content Services keynote for insight into:

  1. The OpenText Content Services strategy and roadmap: Future-proofing with cloud solutions
  2. How to leverage your existing investment in OpenText ECM and Content Services: Four strategies for content management success
  3. The expanding definition of information management: What AI, automation and APIs mean to productivity and governance

Take some time to dive in and get the whole picture!

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Stephen Ludlow

Stephen is SVP, Product Management at OpenText.

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