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OpenText Corporation (also written opentext) is a Canadian company that develops and sells enterprise information management software (EIM). OpenText, based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, is Canada's largest software company as of 2014 and is recognized as one of canada's top 100 employers 2016 by Mediacorp Canada Inc.OpenText software applications to manage content or unstructured data for large companies, government agencies and professional service companies. OpenText aims to address information management requirements, including managing large amounts of content, complying with regulatory requirements, and managing the experience over mobile and internet. OpenText employs more than 14,000 people worldwide and is a public shareholding company listed on the Nasdaq (OTEX) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (OTEX). Timothy Bray, with The University of Waterloo Professors Frank Tomba and Gaston Gunnett, OpenText was founded in 1991. It originated from OpenText Systems Inc., founded in 1989. The founders spun the company from a University of Waterloo project that developed the technology to index the People Arabic Dictionary.Key Oxford concerned later including Tom Jenkins, who joined the company as executive in 1994. Tom Jenkins later became president and CEO, and has been CEO since 2013. John Shackleton served as President from 1998 to 2011, and CEO from 2005-2011. Mark Barinitia has been President and CEO of OpenText since 2012. Mark Barinitia was appointed Ceo of Canadian Business for 2015. From January 2016, Steve Murphy served as President, however, the company canceled the position in the first quarter of 2017.OpenText He is a supporter of The University of Waterloo Stratford, which has contributed to both the funds and in-kind services of the school. In July 2020, OpenText partnered with NINJIO. This collaboration promotes Webroot's security awareness training through interactive Hollywood-style videos featuring viral material aimed at promoting flexible online activities such as phishing emails and inappropriate URLs that have been discovered.