Digital Mind

OpenText News | October 2017

Free e-book on digital innovation, step-by-step guide on how to personalize you OpenText Content Suite, great POV on how AI and analytics can help you payment business, and a keynote that looks at ECM future. Sounds good? Then there is no reason to stop reading our latest OpenText News edition.

E-BOOK: The Golden Age of Innovation (free download)

Disruptive technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, robotics, analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT), the Cloud, and 3-D printing are revolutionizing business models, changing the world, and redefining our very existence. By all accounts, we are entering the Golden Age of Innovation, which many are calling the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

In his book, The Golden Age of Innovation, Mark Barrenechea, CEO of OpenText, explores the pursuit of knowledge, the indomitable human spirit, a growing digital divide, and the Rise of the Machine as they converge in a digital revolution that is transforming entire industries.

LEARN: How to personalize your OpenText Content Suite

Role-based personalization is all about delivering content and functionality that matches the needs of specific job roles, with no effort from the end user. These 5 simple steps will help your IT to personalize OpenText Content Suit to suit the specific needs of certain employee groups.

ANALĪTIKA: How AI enhanced analytics can add value to your payments business

One of the largest and most important trends facing the banking industry today is how best to apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) and advanced analytics to reshape every part of the business from internal operations to customer experience to treasury services and payments. More transactions are moving from manual to digital. What can OpenText offer to facilitate this?

WATCH: Enterprise World keynote on the future of ECM

ECM track keynote at Enterprise World was the perfect forum to tie all this together; answering these and other questions, showcasing some cutting-edge product demos, and hearing from a customer that’s using a progressive approach to realize Enterprise Content Management success. Whether you’re a practitioner or strategist, partner or customer, there’s something here to inform and inspire your ECM planning.