There were two big announcements from OpenText in January. CEO Mark Barrenechea announced a subscription pricing model for OpenText EIM products. EIM is a portfolio of products that includes Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Business Process Management (BPM), and Customer Experience Management (CEM). These products now can be purchased in a subscription model for a defined period of time without an upfront capital investment and are available in OpenText Cloud, which includes managed cloud services as well as public, private and hybrid-cloud hosting.
At the November 2014 OpenText Enterprise World, Barrenechea introduced Core, the company’s first software-as-a-service (SaaS) document management product. In its initial release, Core was only available to attendees of Enterprise World. On January 22, 2015, OpenText announced general availability.
This multi-tenant SaaS application enables users to exchange and collaborate on corporate documents in a secure platform. The interface is very easy to work with. You can give it a spin.
The single user edition is free. The Team version, for up to 50 users, costs $5 per user, per month, and supports up to 50 GB of storage per user and 25 versions per file. The application is available on any platform and includes an on-line viewer, so you don’t need Microsoft Office and Adobe readers to view files.
We offer OpenText as part of our content management solution offerings and have helped design, deploy and implement OpenText solutions for commercial and public sector clients. For more information, please visit our OpenText page or contact us today at 818.249.1962.