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Oracle enters into partnership with Datawatch

Oracle has formed a records-management partnership with enterprise information management firm Datawatch.

It said it has combined its Universal Records Management Adapter with Datawatch’s BDS Enterprise Content Management product suite to create a single environment to control records and retention policies for all content stored in the Datawatch BDS archive.

 It also provides records managers with a single view into retention schedules, disposition actions and audit histories, facilitates the process of discovering and declaring records, and helps ensure that the enterprise conforms to both regulatory mandates and internal corporate policies.

Oracle said the integration will provide a complete document lifecycle product that will enable users to reduce the cost of storing and managing unstructured content. Oracle said users can also access, manage, and produce data in a legally defensible manner when responding to litigation, antitrust inquiries, regulatory compliance, or investigation.

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Harvey Gross, vice president of enterprise product development at Datawatch, said: Our technology relationship with Oracle enhances the Datawatch BDS Enterprise Content Management product suite and enables a significant cost reduction to our customers for their critical business functions, helps ensure legal and regulatory compliance, and fulfills the need for technology to provide authenticity, access and longevity.

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