OpenText, a provider of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) software, has announced Project Red Oxygen, consists of five integrated product suites designed to accelerate competitive advantage and provide a convenient way to buy and deploy enterprise information management solutions.
According to OpenText, EIM is the technology and practice of maximizing the value of information while minimizing its risks. Supporting those goals, Project Red Oxygen consists of five integrated product suites designed to accelerate competitive advantage and provide a convenient way to buy and deploy enterprise information management solutions.
Driven by customer feedback, OpenText says Project Red Oxygen delivers a unified developer platform, a consistent user experience, integration across suites, and functional enhancements that will allow CIOs to partner with lines of business to better support growth.
Five New Project Red Oxygen Product Suites
- The five new Project Red Oxygen product suites include Content Suite, which provides businesses with an agile information governance strategy that allows users to apply consistent policies across any type of content in the enterprise to maintain a secure, single source of truth and effectively manage content throughout its lifecycle.
- In addition, the Process Suite – a platform for case management, business process management, service delivery, and business process transparency - aims to provide a business process platform and applications that enable organizations to rapidly understand and automate complex processes. The suite is a platform for case management, business process management, service delivery, and business process transparency.
- A third product suite, the Experience Suite provides solutions that speed collaborative media curation, creation, and personalization to ensure that each user gets the best possible experience at every point of interaction. The platform is used to manage media, web and social assets and allows solutions to be rapidly built to address digital marketing, customer self-service, social communities and brand management.
- The fourth suite in the collection, the new Information Exchange Suite, provides solutions that enable people to accelerate and control how information is delivered – increasing the security and reliability of sensitive or complex communications. It includes solutions for secure email and secure managed file transfer, notifications, and fax and enables users to exchange any information, from anywhere, in any format with complete confidence.
- And finally, the Discovery Suite addresses “big content” – unintegrated, unstructured and unmanaged information – with applications that enable organizations to derive value from the ever-expanding volume of content trapped in silos to rapidly transition from query, to insight, to action.
AppWorks - Unified Development Patform
Foundational to all suites is AppWorks, a new unified development platform that provides a secure gateway for developers to create, deploy and manage applications that use OpenText services from any platform. AppWorks is a common API across the five EIM product suites and a developer platform that accelerates ‘time to solution’, binding all of OpenText’s EIM product suites together to rapidly integrate capabilities amongst and between them. The AppWorks Gateway also delivers a write-once for applications that work on desktop, browser, and mobile devices, addressing the needs of OpenText customers and partners by helping them to minimize the cost of building applications that run on any screen, and allowing them to develop and deploy new applications on their existing investments.
“The developer network is one of our strongest assets and the introduction of AppWorks will give developers the power to build multiple applications that help businesses more effectively harness their data,” said Muhi Majzoub, senior vice president, engineering, OpenText. “Customers, partners and third parties will be able to build applications that meet their exact needs to better compete in today’s new information economy.”
To learn more about OpenText, visit www.opentext.com.