Company To Showcase New Integrations With OpenText Core And EnCase Endpoint Security
Toronto, Canada; July 9, 2019 – Reveille, a provider of active insight solutions for ECM and EIM content, today announced the company will showcase their new integrations with OpenText Core and EnCase Endpoint Security in the OpenText Product Lab and in Booth #211 at OpenText Enterprise World (OTEW), July 9-11 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto.
“We are proud to be among the key organizations that help enterprises solve content management challenges alongside OpenText,” said Reveille CEO, Bob Estes. “Reveille has a long history and extensive expertise in content management and developing a deep understanding of complex content environments. Our new integrations with OpenText Core and EnCase Endpoint Security are already transforming how customers understand and protect critical content applications that drive their business.”
Reveille will introduce their new integration capabilities with OpenText EnCase to accelerate content access breach detection and OpenText Core for collaborative Reveille content sharing at the conference. Reveille will also be demonstrating their powerful, purpose-built solution that provides visibility and control over OpenText CSP: Content Suite, Documentum, Captiva, InfoArchive and xPression. The solution’s specialized monitoring of ECM and CSP applications goes well beyond general-purpose monitoring, providing context and detailed insight into the performance, adoption, planning, user behavior, security and audit of customer business-critical content stacks.
Where To Connect With Reveille At OTEW Toronto
Reveille is one of two vendors selected to host stations at OTEW in the OpenText Product Lab. Hands-on lab sessions using Revielle’s OpenText Captiva, Documentum, Content Suite and InfoArchive solutions, as well as the new integrations with EnCase and OpenText Core will be available to attendees. As a Sapphire sponsor of OTEW, Reveille will also be on the Expo floor in Booth 211 to answer product questions and provide demos.
As a Solution Extension Partner in the OpenText Global Partner Program, Reveille gives hundreds of customers unparalleled visibility into OpenText EIM products. Customers immediately gain deep, contextual intelligence about performance, access and user behavior surrounding high-value, business-critical content. More information about Reveille solutions for OpenText can be found at: https://reveillesoftware.com/otew-toronto-2019/.
About Reveille Software
Reveille gives customers unparalleled visibility into their content services platform. Organizations of all sizes rely on us to gain deep insight into performance, security, adoption, compliance and more. We empower direct action, armed by intelligence, to create smooth and incident-free operation. Reveille is trusted by more than 400 companies worldwide to protect and preserve their most valuable digital assets. Learn more at www.reveillesoftware.com or follow @ReveilleSoftwre.
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