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It is a little known fact, but OpenText does offer a limited read-only license model for OpenText Content Suite users. The read-only license is obviously less expensive than the full use license, but it is limited to users who only view documents and do not interact with them. However, as OpenText does not provide a […]

Have you been thinking about adding digital signatures within your document-centric business processes? How about trying to determine which digital signature technology to select? And, once you’ve selected it, how do you plan to integrate it with the business processes that your OpenText technology supports? If so, keep reading as this blog post will help. […]

Today, Global Cents announced significant enhancements to their GCI PowerTools, including GCI PowerTools for Deployments, GCI PowerTools for Workflows, GCI PowerTools for Documents, GCI PowerTools Viewer, and more. Global Cents also introduced GCI PowerTools for Digital Signatures, a solution that allows OpenText Content Suite and Extended ECM users to digitally sign documents using industry standard […]

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 completing. It can often be the case that work items have got “stuck” trying to execute an automated step, such […]

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 to quickly transport xECM applications, including configuration, from a source environment to a target environment. As a beta site, we’d put […]