OpenText Core Content Integrates and Innovates with Google Workspace

OpenText announced plans to integrate OpenText Core Content with Google Workspace, bringing Google Workspace collaboration to the business processes that Core Content supports.

Deepening its commitment to innovation, OpenText is integrating its public cloud content service platform, OpenText Core Content, with the collaboration services of Google Workspace.

The future integration of OpenText Core Content and Google Workspace will allow users to sync content to multiple devices for offline access, digitize and accelerate workflows, and access and edit content within leading business applications like SAP and Salesforce. This will facilitate improved productivity and collaboration for remote and hybrid teams, according to the vendors.

"Remote and hybrid work is here to stay, and the ability to manage and edit content in the context of digital processes is critical to the success of modern work," said Muhi Majzoub, executive vice president and chief product officer at OpenText. "The integration between OpenText Core Content and Google Workspace will allow organizations to access and edit content while working in SAP S/4HANA Public Cloud, SAP SuccessFactors, and Salesforce, all while seamlessly automating the governance of this critical information."

Another foundation of the partnership is Google Cloud's ability to support public cloud applications like Core as well as private cloud deployments of OpenText applications in multiple geographies, while ensuring corresponding regulatory requirements are met. This in turn helps support customer requirements for in-country or in-region data residency while adhering to compliance standards reliably, securely, and consistently, according to the vendors.

"To support hybrid work, organizations need information management tools to create digital workplaces that help deliver exceptional employee experiences," said Seth Siciliano, head of workspace ISV partnerships, Google Cloud. "Continuing to deliver and build the OpenText Core Platform on Google Cloud will offer the benefits of information management to more customers globally, and we look forward to working with OpenText to help more organizations meet the needs of hybrid work today and into the future."

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