OpenText EIM

Open Text EIM (Enterprise Information Management) is a content management platform providing various tools for managing the complete enterprise content, including:

  • Open Text DMS – Document Management
  • Open Text ECM – Content Management and Workflow
  • Open Text BPM – Business Process Management
  • Open Text Scriptorium – handling of incoming documents
  • Open Text Capture Center – OCR (orders, checks, checks specifications, invoices, …)
  • Open Text Email Management
  • Open Text Records Management
  • Open Text Stream Serve – document management from more depositories
  • Open Text za SAP, Oracle, Microsoft and other information systems
  • Open Text Cloud

According to the Gartner report for EIM and ECM (Enterprise Content Management) market in 2015, OpenText, the largest independent global manufacturer of ECM solutions is positioned as a leader in Gartner’s respectable Magic Quadrant analysis. Gartner claims that the success of OpenText is due to its simple implementation, unlimited possibilities to adapt to client requirements and simplicity for end-users.

SAP Company, as the world’s largest producer of ERP systems, uses OpenText ECM to manage scanned documents. OpenText has a strategic partnership with SAP, where all scanned and OCRed documentation (orders, checks, checks specifications, invoices, …) is stored in OpenText, which is used through SAP interface. OpenText solutions are used by the leading global companies and institutions. PIS Ltd. is a distributor for OpenText ECM systems.

PIS Company, as a distributor for Open Text ECM solutions, can integrate archiving services, scanning and microfilming in the Open Text ECM.
OpenText currently has over 50,000 installations around the world with over 10 million users of the system.

Partial list of references for OPEN TEXT:

Airbus, Alaska Airlines, Audi, Barclays Bank, BMW, British Council, BT, Citi Bank, DaimlerChrysler, Dow Chemical, European Investment Bank (EIB), Federal Ministry of the Interior, General Motors, HBO, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Mitsubishi Automotive Engineering (MAE), Motorola, Oral-B, Roche, Raiffeisen Informatik, Samsonite, Sasol, Shell, Siemens, Siemens A&D, Siemens/OSRAM, Sprint, St. John’s Hospital, Time Warner, United Bank of Switzerland (UBS), U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve, U.S. Partner and Trademark Office (USPTO), Whirlpool.