Meet OpenText, the SAP content

In the past, companies created their own websites, and their own content, in addition to spending energy on the development of internal mechanisms such as user login, sessions, among others.

Over time, companies need to change their technologies, updating so that they are not obsolete, and without professionals in the market to be able to manage, preferring most of the time, outsource the service to another company.

With this, there are companies that take care of the contents of other companies, as well as OpenText, a multinational company that takes care of exactly all the content produced by an organization. Let's meet her right now.
OpenText is currently a leader in content for companies, just as SAP is a leader in the product segment for a company's ERP and financial area.

We all produce documents, day after day, be it a formal document, email, schoolwork, and all kinds of files that if a single person can sometimes lose, imagine an organization or company with thousands of employees, the management of these files may become impracticable.

Just as SAP stands for ERP, OpenText came to cover what SAP does not serve in companies: the organization of its produced content, such as text documents, spreadsheets, but much more than that: with recent acquisitions of products such as Captiva and ECM Documentum , OpenText moves towards digital file capture, and the end of roles for companies.

Outside of documentation, there are still many other solutions such as environments for managing websites and content for external information, intranet, extranet, content portals, and among others, even corporate social network.

In the market for 25 years, acquiring products such as Portal Vignette, developing solutions such as Web Experience Management, Social Time, and performing real-time statistics with reporting solutions such as Insights, OpenText grows as one of the greatest management powers of all types. business content for businesses of any size.

Focused on the market of large companies, large companies such as Itaú, Safra, TIM, Porto Seguro, use portals based on this technology, and whoever is not prepared to deal with their solutions, can stay out of the market.

In the past, websites were produced internally in companies, with their own programmers, who could develop the way the company needs, creating and / or assembling according to the business need, however, each company in its same business sector, also spent a lot of time to develop the same thing.

With the reuse of platforms, this time spent is suppressed and diluted, making it cheaper for companies, and the transition between website templates, content changes, and also clearly defining who is responsible for the information on a website is faster.

Currently, large companies do not hire professionals to take care of their own websites, mainly companies listed on the stock exchange, for the simple reason that if some inappropriate information appears on their websites, a CLT registered person can only be dismissed at most, and the company takes all the damage the person has caused.

When you hand over responsibility from one company to another company, the contracts and agreements made are more flexible in determining the amounts of fines, liabilities, and there is a much stronger fraud control than having your own employees.

Outsourcing is already a reality in large companies, and more and more, outsourcing will push large businesses to always be carried out by other companies, and with this, the reuse of platforms already developed in one segment, can be reused in another segment , especially if it is both flexible and necessary.

OpenText solutions are based on Java technology, which is currently common in these organizations also due to the great availability of professionals who study this language today, and, due to its flexibility, it is possible to implement customized solutions over existing solutions, and when there is no customization , take advantage of what already exists.

The documents and contents of an organization, from a text document, email and institutional portals, must be organized mainly by companies that are ISO 27001 certified or wish to obtain certification, due to the classification standard of the information necessary to certify your processes.

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