Oakton’s consulting services will focus on OpenText’s key enterprise information management (EIM) areas, spanning: business insights, process velocity, business impact, information governance, and information security.
The agreement is targeted to enterprise clients and government agencies looking to introduce OpenText capabilities or develop existing investments and infrastructure.
According to Oakton CEO, Neil Wilson, the partnership is significant as it will provide opportunity for OpenText’s large commercial and public sector customers. He said that Oakton is aligned with OpenText’s initiatives and expects to grow its customer base.
“Oakton’s extensive experience and reputation for delivering business-focused IT outcomes, along with its knowledge of the OpenText EIM suite, means that Oakton will provide a compelling value proposition in the market,” OpenText A/NZ senior vice-president, Graham Pullen, said.