fme AG offers a discount opportunity for revised dqMan version for the administration of OpenText Documentum applicationsBraunschweig, )
In December 2021 fme AG announced the development of a revised dqMan version to be able to provide customers a connection to the current OpenText Documentum environment. “The development of the new dqMan is progressing very well and we are looking forward to release the enhanced product by end of June 2022”, summarizes Florian-Piaszyk-Hensen, Director of fme Products.
With the lately published product landingpage, fme AG achieved an important milestone in their product development process. Users can get first insights into revised and newly added features, that are designed to leverage the quality of their OpenText Documentum applications. A frequently asked question section is also part of the new landingpage and is intended to give answers the most common questions about compatibility and outdated product versions.
In addition, visitors benefit from an overview of existing pricing options. License packages are designed for small teams with up to five users, medium teams with up to 10 users, large teams with up to 20 users, and enterprises with more than 20 users. Most importantly, companies are offered a 10 % early bird discount for the first year of their dqMan license.
“OpenText Documentum experts can expect a variety of useful new functionalities to further simplify their daily administration tasks from our revised dqMan. They shouldn’t miss to claim their exclusive 10 % discount for early birds”, emphasizes Florian.
The product landing page will be kept up to date to inform administrators, developers, and supporters about the progress of the further development. Moreover, dqMan users can follow the latest news from dqMan on Twitter and Facebook.
dqMan is an administration tool for OpenText Documentum users to administrate, maintain, and program the Documentum Content Server and has been on the market for 18 years. With dqMan, fme provides an integrated interface for fast and effective use of OpenText Documentum API and DQL commands. Save valuable working time and enhance the quality of your applications.