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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
American Education Services, Purdue University, SUNY HSC University Hospital, HSBC, Johns Hopkins Hospital, AMB Generali Group, USAA, DecisionOne, Lantik S.A., McLeodUSA
LRS Dynamic Report System
Carilion Clinic, Memorial Hermann Healthcare, Wishard Health Services, TROY Group, North Broward Hospital District, Miele, BMW, KKH Insurance, RZ Verden, Capita PLC, RI Solution GmbH, Edward-Elmhurst Hospital, Mother Frances Hospital, Singapore Exchange Limited, Lennox International
OpenText Output Management
Agilent, Allergan, Columbus McKinnon, HP, Iron Mountain, Moen, Valero
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