Waterloo, ON (PRWEB) March 10, 2014
OpenText™ (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), the global leader in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), today debuted its vision for helping organizations set their 2020 Agenda to ensure success in the new digital economy. As part of its global 2014 Innovation Tour, OpenText is outlining a step-by-step roadmap for C-suite leaders that includes best practices in navigating today’s rapidly evolving business landscape.
Launched at its Innovation Tour, OpenText vision for the 2020 Agenda addresses critical issues surrounding the Digital Enterprise, including:
“The emerging digital infrastructure is changing the way we do business, blurring lines between customers, employees and suppliers,” said Alan Pelz-Sharpe, research director, Social Business, 451 Research. “In turn, managing information, and indeed managing business itself is becoming more and more challenging. Successful businesses in the future will be the ones that find that balance between social fragmentation and control.”
In order to best address these digital enterprise imperatives, today’s C-suites must establish a robust enterprise information management strategy to transition to a digital enterprise. This strategy must be driven by the strategic CIO in conjunction with productive partnerships with line of business managers. Organizational success will be dependent on the C-suite’s ability to align business objectives and leverage enterprise information to meet those goals. That is only possible, if information is managed holistically across the enterprise based on an enterprise-wide strategy that prevents disjointed point solutions, whether in the cloud or on premises.
“CIOs will emerge as strategic leaders within the C-suite, empowering the entire business with the information needed to drive innovation, accelerate revenue and growth,” said Patrick Harper, chief information officer at OpenText. “The strategic CIO needs to articulate an enterprise information management strategy that enables the enterprise to drive faster time to market, time to revenue and time to satisfaction, while constantly mitigating security and information governance risks.”
OpenText’s Project Red Oxygen enables organizations to discover, manage, and use information to spur growth and innovation across their organization, decreasing time to competitive advantage. Consisting of five comprehensive and integrated product suites; Content Suite, Process Suite, Experience Suite, Discovery Suite and Information Exchange Suite, Project Red Oxygen delivers a common developer platform, engaging and consistent user experience and deep integration across suites to enable CIOs to partner with all lines of business.
OpenText is unveiling its 2020 Agenda roadmap during its 2014 Innovation Tour to a vast global network of 100,000+ customers and 600,000+ partners. Upcoming stops include: London on March 11-12; Paris on March 13; Munich on March 18-19; Eindhoven on March 20; Stockholm on March 25; Washington, D.C. on April 9; New York on April 10; Ottawa on April 15; Toronto on April 16; São Paulo on May 7; and Calgary on May 26. To register for the Innovation Tour, please visit: http://www.opentext.com/campaigns/innovation-tour.htm.
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