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SAP extends Open Text reseller agreement

SAP extends Open Text reseller agreement

US-based enterprise content management company Open Text has signed a deal with SAP that allows the company to resell two Open Text offerings. The new agreement expands on a deal signed between the two last year.

Under the latest agreement, the two offerings from SAP will be open text vendor invoice management and invoice capture centre. The invoice management system will be targeted at all industries interested in control of their paper invoices.

SAP global sales vice president John Wilkerson says the agreement will provide combined solutions offering the kind of bottom-line value that’s essential in a tightening economy.

“By working together and expanding our reseller agreement to include invoice management, we're able to assist customers in transforming their finance functions in an efficient manner.”


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