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OpenText BPS Customers Speak Out at MD-based Summit
OpenText BPS, a major provider of business process management (BPM), announced that some of its customers would detail their success stories at the Gartner (News - Alert) Business Process Management Summit in Baltimore at the Marriott Waterfront, April 25 through to April 27.
According to a recent press release, Chubb Insurance, Vision Service Plan Group (VSP) and Intuit (News - Alert) and L&T Infotech (all current OpenText BPS customers) will come together at the summit to discuss how successful implementing OpenText BPS solutions has been for their businesses. The companies will review how they have used OpenText’s flexible BPM Suite and Dynamic Case Management solutions to expedite application development.
OpenText offers support for all its customers on the broadest range of business operations. OpenText will reportedly also lend support to all of its customers working on improving its deployment.
The company also says it will deliver a complete transformation platform, linking business strategy through a global execution, and provide cost-effective deployment options.
Programs include OpenText MBPM, a deployment for business applications; OpenText Process360 for SharePoint, a delivery of process applications for Microsoft (News - Alert) technologies; and OpenText Case360, an award-winning solution that increases the deployment of business applications.
OpenText’s said their products “empower people to work more efficiently, improve the orchestration of complex processes and outperform their business goals with real-time business insights.”
The release also announced that conference attendees would have the opportunity to preview a new solution called OpenText Shared Services Center. The new platform will offer customers a “new high-velocity BPM to the cloud, delivering more than 70 process-enabled business and IT applications on Microsoft Windows Azure.
Unlike traditional, pre-packaged IT and business service applications, OpenText Shared Service Center is process-driven, allowing organizations to quickly and easily realize and maximize the value of shared services across business and IT.
The summit plans on offering attendees three different workshops: ‘Getting Started with BPM,’ Dynamic Case Management: Unifying Experiences to Transform Customer Service,’ and ‘Achieving Service Excellence: Making Every Moment Matter.’
Edited by Braden Becker