OpenText Output Management Overview

What is OpenText Output Management?
OpenText Output Management is a family of integrated software products that ensure reliable delivery of print jobs to output resources in both distributed and non-distributed environments - everything from printers and fax destinations to e-mail and Web destinations.

OpenText Output Management is also known as HPE Output Server, HP Output Server, Output Server.

OpenText Output Management Customers
Agilent, Allergan, Columbus McKinnon, HP, Iron Mountain, Moen, Valero
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Head of Engineering Functional Design IT solutions at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
Jan 10, 2017
It helps us to integrate complex systems. As a service, we don't need to take care of it.

What is most valuable?

For us, it's a service delivered to our company; so we don't need to be concerned about the technical details. The service quality is quite good.

How has it helped my organization?

It helps us to integrate complex systems. We don't need to take care of it. HPE delivers this as a service.

What needs improvement?

The key area for improvement is that there should be more storage and a new storage architecture.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

The stability is good.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

It is scalable, but it is a pretty expensive infrastructure; so we don't scale up every week.

How is customer service and technical support?

The technical support is good, even excellent.

What other advice do I

VP IT Operations at RAK Ceramics
Real User
Dec 9, 2016
It's relatively easy to get a hold of resources that understand and know how they work.

What other advice do I have?

Do a thorough study of the market and what's available out there. If HPE proves to be the solution that best fits your needs, go for it. My specific needs are to run a huge SAP environment, and it does that job. It works fine. It suits us fine, but so would a lot of other solutions. If I was faced with having to implement what we've got now, now, I don't know whether we'd go with HPE or not. I'd have to evaluate and see, but they're certainly a contender. We inherited them as part of an SAP installation. Whoever spec'd it, and it was before my time, decided that HPE Unix boxes would be the…