OpenText and Google Cloud to bring new content services

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Mumbai: OpenText and Google Cloud are deepening their strategic ties with a multi-year engagement. OpenText said it is launching the OpenText Core Content as a service on Google Cloud. And customers will be able to deploy the OpenText enterprise productivity suite on Google’s infrastructure.

The OpenText and Google Cloud partnership will deliver new capabilities to users, utilising Google Cloud capabilities in secure software supply chains, SRE toolsets and DevOps best practices for delivering a next-generation, cloud-native productivity platform, with low-latency and secure access for distributed teams.

Through this multi-year partnership, both the companies will also jointly explore new functionalities and integrations to improve productivity for distributed and hybrid teams

This also includes integrations between OpenText and Google Workspace to enable streamlined, secure, and governed access to data across entire organisations. It aims to deliver improved, cloud-based content services for enterprise customers.

And will enable customers to move from data to impact and create their information advantage, delivering innovative solutions that companies require for global collaboration, compliance, and business growth.

“Distributed work is here to stay and organisations must ensure they have the right technology, information and processes in place to deliver on employee and customer expectations,” said Mark Barrenechea, CEO and CTO – OpenText.

“To meet and exceed those expectations, we are excited to build the next generation OpenText platform on Google Cloud. Our long-standing, strong partnership with Google Cloud, and our proven track record of industry-leading co-innovations will help us support customers’ hybrid work needs today and into the future,” added Barrenechea.

“OpenText is building for the future on Google Cloud,” said Thomas Kurian, CEO – Google Cloud.

“Their platform for enterprise content services is widely adopted among global enterprises, and with hybrid work here to stay, it’s critical to enable secure, governed, and easy access to information across these large organisations,” added Kurian.

“Delivering and building OpenText’s core platform on Google Cloud will enable businesses to deploy its capabilities at great scale, securely and quickly, while enabling future integrations with popular collaboration services like Google Workspace,” commented Kurian.

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