Big Four firm Ernst & Young has begun a partnership with OpenText to expand EY’s digital and analytical services.

The alliance was formed to deliver enhanced enterprise information management solutions, which EY hopes will address information management issues more effectively in a connected workspace, particularly for their clients leveraging SAP software.

“The alliance with OpenText will enable EY to address key customer issues around managing content, while simultaneously understanding patterns of behavior and expected outcomes,” said Kimberly Connors, partner and Canadian national IT advisory leader at EY, in a statement. “Our new alliance allows us to look at content problems through a transformational lens, helping clients to predict future outcomes and improve business performance.”

Connors also noted that the alliance was formed to help clients handle the petabytes of structured and unstructured data generated by companies. EY will also offer OpenText implementation services to clients using SAP solutions.

“We are excited to welcome EY to the OpenText global partner program,” said Adam Howatson, chief marketing officer at OpenText, in a statement. As a strategic partner across a number of key areas of OpenText’s business, EY’s combination of business and technical capabilities will help our joint customers to benefit from the opportunities available in today’s digital world.”

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