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December 6, 2009

Open Text expands ECM portfolio for Oracle applications

Adds content access and accounts payable offerings

By CBR Staff Writer

Open Text has expanded its portfolio of ECM offerings for Oracle applications with the launch of new content access and accounts payable offerings.

The company claims that the new offerings enable enterprises to associate Oracle transactions with business content to increase process efficiency, reduce operating costs and effectively manage risk.

According to Open Text, the Content Access for Oracle provides a single point of access to Oracle and non-Oracle data and content assets from either the Oracle user interface or from the Open Text ECM Suite. It enables companies to organise and manage content, including legacy content, in virtual folders and provides a way to archive documents.

The company said that the Content Access for Oracle also provides a means of sharing business content across different applications for a single face to customers, partners or employees. It addresses compliance requirements by leveraging the ECM suite to store content for designated periods, link related information, provide an audit history for corporate content and enable organisations to access any document.

The Accounts Payable for Oracle streamlines the procurement-to-pay cycle. It leverages Oracle fusion middleware to integrate into the Oracle e-business suite, PeopleSoft enterprise and JD edwards EnterpriseOne. Its capabilities include invoice routing and approval, invoice management, document and data capture, workflow management, content storage and process reporting.

In addition, the new version 3.0 of Accounts Payable for Oracle supports JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 8.12, delivers integration with ERP financial modules and allows distributed processing inside or outside of the JD Edwards system.

Rich Buchheim, vice president of Oracle Solutions at Open Text, said: We have a long-standing, relationship with Oracle and are committed to continued development using Oracle fusion middleware to deliver innovative ECM technology and solutions integrated with Oracle applications.

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“Today we are announcing completely new capabilities to help Oracle customers significantly improve content access and archiving, while also introducing extensive enhancements to our leading accounts payable solution for Oracle.

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