Missouri River Energy recently announced it has implemented Open Text”s ECM solution after a rigorous process that considered options from other industry leaders.
The company, based in South Dakota, believes that Open Text”s content life-cycle management capability is the best fit because it can be deployed seamlessly for companies of all sizes. Even as a small company, it deals with regulatory compliance issues and needs a reliable ECM to ensure it can comply with regulations as they change.
"One of the things that stood out for Open Text was that the records management functions worked in the background with the ability to accommodate the existing file structure. Other solutions added another layer," Meg Simon, legal director forMRE, said. "Open Text also stood out as very easy to use and would result in the least amount of changes for end-users."
Barron”s recently released a report that noted it is difficult to gauge Open Text”s future within the ECM industry, as companies like Microsoft and ECM have developed solutions that have drawn a lot of attention. SharePoint, specifically, has become something of an all-in-one solution for organizations looking for a program that can handle ECM and web content management as well.