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  • AI to become next Australian Prime Minister?

    Over a quarter of Australians believe artificial intelligence (AI) would make better decisions than politicians, according to new research from OpenText.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien06 Sept. 18 14:05
  • Cochlear refines digital roadmap

    Australian hearing implant company, Cochlear, is refining its digital roadmap with investments in enterprise content management (ECM) system across core lines of business.

    Written by Shahida Sweeney27 Feb. 15 13:56
  • OpenText takes data centre space in Sydney

    Enterprise information management software vendor OpenText has begun offering cloud services from the NTT Communications data centre in Sydney.

    Written by Hamish Barwick27 Feb. 14 15:22
  • Are CIOs losing power?

    A new study by Forrester illuminates the changing IT landscape, finding that the share of IT projects primarily or exclusively run by IT department will decline from 55 per cent in 2009 to 47 per cent in 2015.

    Written by Patrick Thibodeau15 Feb. 14 15:00
  • OpenText buys Operitel for learning software

    Open Text has purchased Operitel, maker of learning and portal software that is integrated with Microsoft SharePoint, the companies announced Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

    Written by Chris Kanaracus07 Sept. 11 00:31
  • OpenText buys BPM vendor Global 360 for $260M

    Content management vendor OpenText is moving further into BPM (business process management) software, scooping up Global 360 for US$260 million, the company announced Wednesday.

    Written by Chris Kanaracus14 July 11 01:06
  • OpenText adds personnel directories to BPM suite

    As part of an update to its Metastorm BPM (business process management) software, content management software provider OpenText has added a personnel directory to its Metastorm Smart Business Workspace product.

    Written by Joab Jackson12 July 11 08:28
  • OpenText acquires mobile development vendor

    Content management software provider OpenText has acquired London-based mobile application development tool vendor WeComm, the companies announced Tuesday.

    Written by Joab Jackson09 March 11 05:35
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