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OpenText Enterprise Connect

by OpenText Corporation
  • App Type

    On-Premises and/or Online Application
  • Business Need

    Content Management, Document Management, Compliance
  • Works With

    Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, Microsoft Outlook 2010, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
  • Industry Focus

    General - Applicable to All

Eliminate barriers to user adoption and accelerate delivery of content-enabled applications

OpenText Enterprise Connect is a revolutionary user interface paradigm designed to empower information workers to access and interact with all their business content, applications, and processes directly from familiar desktop environments, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Windows Explorer, Microsoft Outlook, and browser-based interfaces.

With OpenText Enterprise Connect, information workers can easily interact with content from multiple repositories and business applications, drag and drop objects between repositories, initiate workflows, and apply metadata and records classifications to objects.

OpenText Enterprise Connect features a powerful plug-in architecture to facilitate rapid deployment of content-enabled applications through an enhanced universal interface that leverages single-sign-on technology. The need to train users on multiple business applications is minimized, because Enterprise Connect enables the content of these applications to appear as a natural extension of the user’s preferred productivity tools – such as Microsoft Outlook. Enterprise Connect features ready-to-deploy plug-ins available to access and interact with content stored in the Document Management component of the OpenText ECM Suite (Content Lifecycle Management), OpenText eDOCS, SAP applications, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server repositories.

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