GCI PowerTools for OpenText Content SuiteGCI PowerTools suite of products is the proven choice for extending Content Suite workflow, document management, reporting, content transport and archiving.
Solutions for Regulated OpenText Content Suite EnvironmentsUsing Content Suite within the Life Sciences, Energy or Finance industry? We provide solutions designed to help heavily regulated organizations, such as your own, to manage their information and processes within controlled Content Suite environments.
GCI for Life Sciences
The combination of GCI PowerTools and OpenText Content Suite enables Life Science companies to meet their complex regulated business challenges through configuration alone. By eliminating the need for proprietary development, new business processes can be efficiently designed and rolled out company-wide with significant time and cost savings.Learn more
GCI for Energy
The increasingly regulated environment of the Energy sector poses serious challenges in managing offshore and onshore operations. Combining GCI PowerTools and OpenText Content Suite enables organizations to create full-featured document control processes and meet industry-specific regulatory requirements without compromising the efficiency of their business processes.Learn more
GCI for Financial Services
By using GCI PowerTools, organizations operating within the Financial Services sector are able to streamline operations and enhance service delivery. GCI PowerTools with OpenText Content Suite will enable you to automate document processing, deliver regulated document workflows and reports, and migrate and archive content in a scalable manner.Learn more
We're occasionally contacted by OpenText customers because they find “stuck” workflow items in user queues. For example, in document signing workflows, documents may be fully signed but some of the individual work items are not …
We're looking for a small number of beta sites to extend testing of our latest release of PowerTools for Deployments. v16 of PowerTools for Deployments now transports Content Suite configurations too, making it possible …
If you’re using Internet Explorer and run into weird problems accessing OpenText Content Suite or Extended ECM, usually after a major upgrade, one thing to check is “emulation mode” and specifically is Internet Explorer running …