HP vs OpenText

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HP
Based on 8 reviews.
OpenText
Based on 100 reviews.
Overview
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US$ $1,624. million OpenText software applications manage content or unstructured data for most types of governance, efficiency and monetization requirements in large companies, government agencies and professional service firms. OpenText solutions are aimed at addressing information management requirements, including the management of large volumes of content, compliance with regulatory requirements, and mobile and online experience management.
Sample Customers
HP Autonomy LiveSite
Felco
Bromium
Valspar
OpenText Web Site Management
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Givaudan, Anglian Water, Schweizerische Mobiliar Versicherungsgesellschaft AG, Karl Franzens Universit_t Graz, Miele, City of Edmonton, The Mosaic Company, Lone Star College System, St. Lucie County, City of Surrey, University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC), Sloan Valve, Detroit Diesel
OpenText TeamSite
EDF, Morgan Stanley, RateCity, Missouri State Courts
OpenText Web Experience Management
Barcelona City Council, Hyatt, Junta de Andalucia, People's United Bank
Webroot Business Endpoint Protection
Mytech Partners
Carbonite Endpoint
Population Council, Diamond Foods
Popular Solutions
Top Industries
Comms Service Provider
29%
Computer Software Company
14%
Government
7%
Insurance Company
4%
Computer Software Company
18%
Comms Service Provider
17%
Government
8%
Financial Services Firm
8%
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