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Open Text Corp.
Open Text Corporation (NASDAQ: OTEXF), headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, enables organizations to leverage the power and global reach of Internet technology by providing applications, tools and services that transform intranets into platforms for collaborative, distributed computing. The firm employs 200 staff worldwide and is among Canada's high tech stars.
Open Text with its Livelink Intranet product family provides the first and most comprehensive integrated suite of intranet applications that allow people to easily find information anywhere in the world; collaborate on projects efficiently from multiple, global locations; manage and maintain vast stores of critical buisness documents, and access and share information across Intranets.

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