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PRODUCTS: OpenText announces new release of Social Workplace software

PRODUCTS: OpenText announces new release of Social Workplace software

Cloud-based software is a form of people-centric enterprise application that works through SaaS or on-premise deployment

Content management vendor, OpenText, has released the latest version of its Social Workplace software.

The Cloud-based solution is a fully integrated social collaboration environment designed to help purpose-driven teams assemble and collaborate effectively with minimal training or technical support, stay connected and achieve results.

The social collaboration solution is best known for its use by world leaders, diplomats and policy makers at the G-20 summits in Toronto and South Korea.

The latest release features enhancements that include: optional integration with OpenText ECM Suite 2010 for comprehensive records management and governance, chat and important additions to the wiki editor – among other enhancements.

OpenText chief marketing officer, James Latham, said, “In a purpose-driven organisation, teams are not limited by geography, function, hierarchies or management structure. These teams need new ways of collaborating and getting work done.”

With the new release, the company aims to support a fluid model of collaboration that enables teams to organise quickly and fulfill the team’s purpose.

OpenText Social Workplace, version 2.0, is available either for download or as a Cloud-based solution and can be accessed from any Web browser or mobile device.

Pre-built apps for iPhone and BlackBerry devices are available with support for the new release, which allows consumers to log-in from any location, check tasks, review project details, update their status and search for information.

More information is available at www.opentext.com/otsw.

The company also recently released RightFax 10.


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