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OpenText MediaBin
Online
Ontario, Canada
1991
$1BN to $5BN
Enterprise
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60 Buyers are Negotiating "Group Buyer Deal"

OpenText MediaBin USP

The solutions offer extensive tools like OpenText media management, which support cloud and on-demand access, OpenText MediaBin, content hub for publishers, and OpenText digital asset management for SAP and hybrid solutions. The company is also focusing on continuously improving the challenging areas in Digital Asset Management Software Product Reviews, customer service and professional services. Request OpenText MediaBin Pricing to get more information.

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OpenText Digital Asset Management software give a centralized and secure access to a data repository containing the rich media. The company deploys this solution via cloud or on-premises, which simplifies management of all types of media and branding content. OpenText Digital Asset Management software offer competences to manage the entire content lifecycle, including workflows and attributes such as publishing and distribution of assets. OpenText owns 2 core DAM solutions: OpenText media management and OpenText MediaBin, which were acquired from HP in 2016; this creates uncertainty about the positioningof both these tools.

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Strengths
  • +13
    Large Enterprises
  • +12
    Small and Medium Enterprise Businesses
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    Enterprise
  • +10
    Marketing
  • +5
    Cloud
  • +14
    IoT
  • +6
    Mobile Platform(OS)
  • +6
    Private
  • +7
    Public
  • +13
    Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
  • +6
    Product Differentiation and Impact on Customer Value
  • +8
    BFSI
  • +14
    Energy & Utilities
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    Government & Public Sector
  • +12
    Healthcare
  • +13
    Manufacturing
  • +10
    Retail
  • +9
    Telecom & IT
  • +12
    Products Offered
  • +11
    Media and Production
Weaknesses
  • -8
    Directly
  • -9
    Through Partners / Third-Party Vendors
  • -5
    Focus on Product Innovation
  • -14
    Product Features and Functionality
  • -9
    End Users
  • -10
    Organization Size
  • -10
    Other Applications
  • -5
    Other End Users
OpenText MediaBin Presence in Digital Asset Management (DAM) Software
OpenText Corporation is one of the recognized vendors of customer experience management, which includes Digital Asset Management Software  that help companies to digitalize and maintain their information stored on both onpremises and cloud. The growth strategy of OpenText includes the development of innovative product offerings related to enterprise management, relevant acquisitions, and B2B services. For instance, in July 2016, OpenText acquired Recommind, Inc., a leading provider of e-discovery and information analytics. This acquisition helped OpenText to integrate new solutions, such as contact analysis, information governance, and ediscovery investigation into its existing solutions. Thus, OpenText is also considering geographic expansions in Europe and MEA by delivering B2B integrated solutions through collaboration with local enterprises and trading partners. With respect to the current market adoption of digital asset solutions, OpenText is focusing on creation and invention of progressive solutions that can help its clients manage their digital documents. Additionally, the company strengthened its competencies in areas, such as information management, compliance, and B2B integration. This is evident from OpenText’s enrichment of R&D domain, which enables its end-users to simplify and accelerate their workflows by providing them enriched solutions.
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