Meet our Content Enablement Team at Enterprise World 2015


As a sponsor, our Content Enablement Team is attending Opentext’s Enterprise World conference November 8-13 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In July 2014, Noah Consulting expanded its content management service offerings by becoming a service partner for OpenText. This partnership expanded Noah’s content management service offerings to include OpenText Content Server (also known as Livelink) as well as OpenText’s rich portfolio of SAP centric content solutions such as xECM, Travel Receipt Management, Vendor Invoice Management, and Employee File Management.

This expansion launched the establishment of our Content Enablement Practice that helps clients see the big picture as it relates to how information affects a company’s operations and bottom line performance, regardless if it is structured, semi-structured, or unstructured information.

By leveraging Noah’s proven approaches to manage structured information ─ data governance, master and meta data management, taxonomy development, and data quality ─ Noah has demonstrated that substantial value can be delivered to unstructured content management efforts for Oil and Gas, Defense, Manufacturing, Utilities and Life Science companies.

Meet our Content Enablement Team at Enterprise World and connect with them on LinkedIn.

Scott Hardin | Director of Corporate Development | Connect on LinkedIn
A technical sales veteran with almost three decades of experience that includes a nine-year stint selling OpenText’s enterprise content management software to the oil and gas, chemical, utilities and resources industries.


Greg Kowalik | Content Enablement Practice Lead | Connect on LinkedIn
Greg has nearly two decades of consulting experience leading content enablement projects leveraging SAP and OpenText software products.

Todd Burns | Content Enablement Practice Lead | Connect on LinkedIn
Todd has extensive consulting and in-house experience leveraging OpenText software to lead ECM projects in SAP centric environments.