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November 4, 2010

Open Text collaborates with Oracle to provide enterprise content offering

Scalable and secure archiving and risk mitigation offerings

By CBR Staff Writer

Business content management firm Open Text has collaborated with Oracle to provide a new set of enterprise content offerings.

The new offerings will facilitate enterprises to meet expanding requirements for archiving, eDiscovery and regulatory compliance.

As part of this collaboration, Open Text is obtaining a technology and distribution license for the Oracle Universal Online Archive Content Management SDK, through which Open Text can embed Oracle technology in its products, allowing the company to utilise the capabilities of Oracle Database 11g as an enterprise content repository.

Open Text is also permitted to uptake Oracle’s Fusion Middleware 11g and other platform capabilities, that will help Open Text customers capture large volumes of emails, documents, images, and application data and manage their entire lifecycle in an integrated environment.

In addition, by leveraging Oracle technology Open Text will provide an array of scalable and secure archiving and risk mitigation offerings.

The agreement will facilitate Open Text customers leverage their existing investment in Oracle technology by integrating into existing Oracle infrastructure deployments.

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Oracle vice president of product management Andy MacMillan said Oracle Fusion Middleware and its Database provide a secure and scalable enterprise infrastructure for storing large volumes of content and they are excited that Open Text will be able to use some of these capabilities within their products.

"Leveraging Oracle technology, Open Text is able to integrate the expertise and industry knowledge of its team to create targeted offerings that are affordable, quick to deploy and deliver the enterprise-level capabilities that customers need," MacMillan said.

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