OpenText

Excerpt from the OpenText: evaluation:

"Documentation exists, but licensees complain it is quite cursory at times, leaving some features undocumented. A web search will turn up a lot of miscellaneous documentation, much of which is just old enough to be unreliable. Like many companies in this space, OpenText keeps its documentation hidden from public view, giving the impression of a closed, proprietary approach to technology in a time of increasing openness. ..."

(P. 225 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

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