4 September 2014
OpenText (NASDAQ: OTEX) (TSX: OTC) said that the Greater TSX Airports Authority has implemented OpenText Content Suite.
Serving as the information governance backbone for the GTAA, OpenText Content Suite enables the capture, processing and management of enterprise content across the organization.
The GTAA is the central point for collaboration among internal teams, external government, travel agencies, 75 airlines with 155 international destinations and several other partners. With nearly 1,200 employees managing and operating a variety of departments and technology systems, sharing content and managing processes across multiple workgroups is incredibly important but also challenging.
The GTAA manages TSX Pearson International, Canada´s largest and busiest airport. Each year TSX Pearson welcomes 36m passengers heading out, settling in or passing through the area. In order to keep the bustling airport running, the GTAA turned to OpenText Content Suite to provide fast, secure and automated business possibilities.
OpenText Content Suite is designed to reduce risk and mitigate the cost of growing volumes of content in the enterprise. Content Suite is part of OpenText´s EIM strategy, which enables organizations to discover and manage information to spur growth and innovation across their organization, increasing time to competitive advantage.
OpenText provides enterprise information management software that helps companies of all sizes and industries to manage, secure and leverage their unstructured business information, either in their data centre or in the cloud. Its website is at www.opentext.com.
Greater TSX Airports Authority implements OpenText Enterprise Content Management
4 September 2014