Research Firm SourcingLine Publishes Analysis of Leading OpenText Consultants

WASHINGTON, July 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Today SourcingLine published the first edition of their research on top OpenText ECM consultants. The research leverages the proprietary Leaders Matrix methodology that maps each firm’s focus on ECM OpenText platforms against their ability to deliver world-class results for their clients. SourcingLine also published a companion directory of OpenText Consultants, which provides prospective buyers with filtering tools to help identify service providers that best meet their needs.

The Leaders Matrix focuses on firms that are able to improve content centric business processes and develop custom solutions for enterprise clients. The top consultants were selected based on over a dozen factors including company experience, breadth of knowledge, client references, certifications, industry recognition, and marketing presence.

Out of the hundreds of firms that partner with OpenText, only nine were highlighted in the research. The firms are: General Networks, IMC, TACG, AppTier, Professional Value Added (PVA), LiveWire Technologies, Enterprise Integration Services, Stemp Systems, and Zensar Technologies.

“For an enterprise to realize all the benefits of an enterprise content management system, they need a partner that truly understands the company’s unique business processes,” stated Tim Clarke, Senior Business Analyst at SourcingLine. “Whether you need high levels of customization or not, the consultants identified in our Leaders Matrix can help their clients rapidly meet their ECM business objectives.”

SourcingLine’s effort to identify the top ECM consultants will be ongoing and they encourage firms with a proven record to apply to participate in updates to the research. Upcoming publications seek to highlight the best EMC, Microsoft SharePoint, and IBM Filenet consultants.

About SourcingLine

SourcingLine is a Washington, DC-based research firm focused on IT services. We offer independent, quantitative analysis on leading services firms in support of procurement decisions within small, medium and large enterprises. SourcingLine combines elements of traditional IT research offerings (in-depth evaluations, client reference checks, and proprietary frameworks) with features more common in the business-to-consumer market (no-fee access, real-time updates, and dynamic filtering tools).

Tim Clarke

Tim Clarke