• OpenText: Doors Open to 387 Visitors

    Tom Jenkins

    OpenText played host to 387 visitors on Saturday, September 21st as a featured site celebrating Waterloo’s heritage in innovation and modern architecture as part ofDoors Open Waterloo Region

    Despite the rain, a steady stream of interested attendees toured through two buildings, which together comprise global headquarters for a company that now has annual revenues of more than $1.3 Billion and serves over 50,000 companies around the world.

    Heritage and innovation were juxtaposed in one location...

  • OpenText Participates in Doors Open Waterloo

    Tom Jenkins

    I’d like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us in a celebration of Waterloo’s heritage in innovation and modern architecture as we participate in this year’s Doors Open Waterloo Region on Saturday, September 21st.

    OpenText was selected as a Waterloo Region tour site to reflect this year's theme, “Waterloo Region Modern.” From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. we’ll be opening our doors to the general public to showcase the compelling architecture of our buildings and giving free, guided tours with e...

  • OpenText Celebrates Heritage in Innovation at Doors Open

    Tom Jenkins

    I’m pleased to announce our participation in Doors Open Waterloo this coming September, a public tour showcasing modern architecture in the Region. With our worldwide headquarters located in the David Johnston Research & Technology Park in Waterloo, Ontario, OpenText is a proud part of Waterloo’s cultural heritage. Founded as a joint University of Waterloo and Oxford University computing project to put the Oxford English Dictionary online, our compelling history in technology innovation is matche...

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