Global leaders in EIM (Enterprise Information Management), OpenText, has announced the launch of their new Process Suite, part of their Project Red Oxygen, to help organisations simplify complicated case automation and business processes in connection with enterprise content management, information exchange and discovery, customer engagement, etc. Combined with OpenText’s Cordys platform, plus add-on products and packaged applications, the new Process Suite delivers high levels of agility and short time-to-value, as well as cut application development times by as much as 50%.
Open Text’s Project Red Oxygen has been created to help organisations discover and manage information to help grow the company, encourage innovation and improve the time to gain a competitive advantage. The Process Suite platform now includes OpenText Cordys 10.5, a Process Component Library, BPM Everywhere, AppWorks Gateway and broad development capabilities.
Jim Sinur, process expert and former Gartner analyst, said: “Automating business processes across an organisation has proven to be a challenging task for companies, which often experience a mismatch between the cycle of business needs and the available supporting technology. The market needs a solution to better manage wokflow to help increase their productivity and cut development times.”
The Process Suite is able to increase agility and speed but hasn’t sacrificed functionality. The solution has been architected for the cloud with rich process and case modelling tools, full multi-tenancy, master data management (MDM), business rules and an enterprise service bus (ESB).
Senior Vice President of Engineering at Open Text said: “With capabilities unmatched by the competition, Process Suite simplifies what’s traditionally been a complicated process, and decreases development times from 9 to 18 months, down to 3 to 6 months. It provides the agility necessary to design, develop and deploy rich automation and case management applications quickly, and makes it easier for our customers to understand, purchase and deploy their own solutions.”
By Allie Philpin