. [Webinar] Best practices in upgrading to OpenText Exstream | Ecodocx

Webinar: OpenText Exstream Upgrade Made Easy



Now’s your chance to ask questions about upgrading OpenText StreamServe/CCE to OpenText Exstream. Just fill out the form on the right side of the page. 


Join us on a webinar, and learn all you need to know about the latest version of the OpenText CEM solution, without having to read hundreds of pages of boring documentation. 


As StreamServe 5.6.2 is going to be sunset in June 2020, more and more companies are thinking about upgrading their document generation software to the latest and supported version.  

We know how complicated it can be to plan your company’s future document strategy without knowing all the little details about the new product release, and it’s new features. We also know that each project is unique, and brings a lot of questions.

Therefore, we decided to start a 1-on-1 webinar series about upgrading to OpenText Exstream 16.x, and not only share our knowledge, but also answer all of your questions.


During these webinars, my team will cover:

  • Best practices for upgrading to the OpenText Exstream 16.x solution.
  • How an organization can best prepare for an upgrade beyond acquiring a new license,
  • What to expect during an upgrade project
  • Insights from our previous upgrade projects on how to make the process as smooth as possible and help ensure a successful implementation and go-live.


Speaker: Tien-Tien Lai (Senior OpenText Exstream Developer and Enterprise Architect at Ecodocx)

Place: online (WebEx)


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*This webinar is hosted only for OpenText StreamServe customers. If you are an HP Exstream, or EMC xPression customer, and would also like to learn more about upgrading to OpenText Exstream, or to make sure we notify you about our future events, contact us at sales@ecodocx.com, and let us know what you would like to learn about.


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