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  • December 21, 2009
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From transaction to content

Open Text has expanded its portfolio of ECM solutions for Oracle Applications with the introduction of new content access and accounts payable solutions. The offerings enable enterprises to associate Oracle transactions with business content to increase process efficiency, reduce operating costs and more effectively manage risk, Open Text says.

Open Text Content Access for Oracle provides a single point of access to Oracle and non-Oracle data and content assets from either the Oracle user interface or from the Open Text ECM Suite. It enables companies to organize and manage all content, including legacy content, in virtual folders and provides an easy and low-cost way to archive documents.

Open Text Accounts Payable for Oracle is a complete solution that streamlines the procurement-to-pay cycle. It leverages Oracle Fusion Middleware to integrate into the Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Key capabilities include invoice routing and approval, invoice management, document and data capture, workflow management, content storage and process reporting.

The latest release of Open Text Accounts Payable for Oracle, Version 3.0, features extensive enhancements that improve usability, increase configuration flexibility, provide more robust auditing, enhance process archiving and simplify administration. To help staff members access the right information at the right time, comments and attachments can now be added at any step in the workflow process.

In addition, the new release supports JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 8.12 (and above) and delivers tighter integration with ERP financial modules. It allows distributed processing (coding, review, approval and vouchering) inside or outside of the JD Edwards system.

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