Comment nos clients profitent de solutions d’OpenText pour accroître leurs business
- BMW France
- European Court of Human Rights
- Schneider Electric
OpenText StreamServe enabled a 60 percent printing cost reduction in less than one year, while improving the overall quality and content of customer-facing documents.
BMW France wanted to improve its electronic publishing system specific to invoicing and to have greater document management control and volume measurement capabilities, as well as support its corporate goals of dematerialization (conversion from paper to electronic documents).
OpenText StreamServe now allows BMW France to (1) efficiently manage high volumes of documents, (2) reduce color usage, and (3) facilitate more rapid dematerialization—thus lowering printing system costs and enabling greater customer service.
The OpenText technology has de-institutionalized access to the Court’s information and positioned us to effectively handle rapid growth. It has helped set a standard for how other government bodies and large organizations efficiently manage large amounts of information.
Improve manual business processes; improve access to public information; work within a limited budget; speed up the processing of cases; and improve productivity.
ECHR has been able to streamline internal business procedures; create a flexible; multilingual work environment; set new standards in document management and improve overall productivity with the system's ease of use.
Whenever we have to come up with a new service to support a new device, it is going to be done in a matter of weeks now.
- Create additional revenue
- Improve time to market
- Improve customer satisfaction
- Improve customer self-service
- Improved business agility
- Faster launch of new services
- Flexible creation of business services
- Increased business productivity
- Improved customer satisfaction
Our EDM system is based on criteria such as quality assurance of the document library, controlled access, and security and recovery of content via rapid backup systems, typically in less than 24 hours. It also had to allow access via Windows and Office interfaces and be compatible with a browser such as Internet Explorer… We needed a third generation Intranet.
SNCF wanted to amalgamate and use all available information to capitalize on and share best practices. SNCF wanted to set up dedicated spaces for professional communities and ensure consistent presentation of information on the intranet.
SNCF now has the ability to share best practices, maintain content security and quality assurance of the corporate document library. The system has simplicity and ease of use and they've improved their ability to leverage corporate knowledge.