The Vision for ApplicationXtender is Clear
Late in 2016, in its seemingly never-ending shopping spree, OpenText (OT) added a few more “toys” to its collection with the purchase of EMC’s Enterprise Content Division. Documentum was the primary reason for the purchase, but there were other products in the portfolio that had value. Upon unpacking its haul, OT discovered a few stowaways that turned out to be hidden treasures. The belle of this ball happened to be ApplicationXtender (AX), a robust yet affordable content management system deployed thousands of times with a loyal customer base. To boot, the product has a global channel of partners backing it.
As a member of said channel, I have been patiently waiting for news about OT’s plan for AX. Initial word was that they were going to continue investing in the product. That sounded like lip service, but I remained optimistic since AX was now owned by a software company. The possibility of the product finally getting the love it deserved was a possible outcome.
Yesterday I sat in on a roadmap discussion with the product team from OT. Much to my delight, the OT team has breathed new life into the product. Not only did they hold true to the existing roadmap, they’ve added lots of features that customers have been asking for. I was truly blown away at what is coming down the pipe for AX. The vision for the product is crystal clear and I cannot wait to show it to our clients in the coming months!
CASO invited our team to join their first ever partner conference in Manhattan, NY, for their flagship product ECM Toolbox.
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We are excited to announce that OpenText and its re-seller channel teamed up for the latest version of ApplicationXtender version 16.6. After listening to user feedback and months of testing, the latest version of the document management system is ready for prime time.
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Processing millions of digital images for clients puts a major strain on our internal infrastructure. Our double-digit growth during each of the last four years has forced us to increase our processing bandwidth faster than anticipated.
The number one issue that organizations have with paper is the space it consumes. Converting your files to digital images eliminates this and a litany of other problems that comes with being a paper-based business.
Something that our clients have been clamoring for: an easy to setup, cloud-based document management system that doesn’t cost a fortune and could scale to fit their needs.
In 45 days, a school district in Louisiana said “bye-bye” to over 1,200 boxes of paper.