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Jos Linden, Global Program Manager at SABIC, said, "At SABIC we currently use a number of different document management solutions, but from a strategic point of view it is advisable to migrate to a single, centralised ECM solution. This will make sharing information easier, and ensure that we retain important know-how. Furthermore, use of a single, central solution will improve collaboration between offices around the world, which is increasingly important at an international company like SABIC.
"This is why SABIC decided to look for a supplier offering a central ECM solution," Linden said. "During our search we used a number of clearly defined selection criteria, including functionality, user-friendliness, flexibility, easy integration with existing SABIC IT systems and processes, possibilities for future development, a single-supplier relationship, a good relationship with the company, and the total cost of ownership. The OpenText ECM Suite met all the requirements and, in particular, because of their strategic alliances with SAP and Microsoft, we decided to enter into an agreement with OpenText. We consider the implementation of OpenText at SABIC one of the cornerstones of our global collaboration."
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