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  • Greater Toronto Airports Authority Goes First Class with OpenText

    Rebecca Grieb

    The GTAA is an important element to the Toronto travel hub in Canada, with internal teams, external government, travel agencies, 75 airlines with 155 international destinations and several other partners all collaborating with it. Responsible for managing Canada’s largest airport, Toronto Pearson International, the GTAA was in need of a solid need for information management strategy.

    And, they turned to OpenText for help. With more than 1,000 employees operating technology systems, sharing c...

  • Too many products? We may have a solution

    Agnes Kolkiewicz

    Have you ever wondered about the context of a specific OpenText solution or navigated our sites to find key integration for a product like Content Server or DAM?  Or perhaps you looked for a quick overview of the B2B integration solutions that recently joined the ranks of our offerings?

    We have dozens and dozens of different products and solutions here at OpenText. That’s a pretty good thing when you consider the breadth and depth of your digital strategy. Whether you are looking to enhance your...

  • Better Customer Experience, Better Everything Else

    Rebecca Graves

    I gave up on a website the other night. I was peeved because I was trying to book two weeks of swim camp for one of my kids this summer. (Their summer camps are laid out in an elaborate spreadsheet that would shame Mary Poppins.) But I had to search and search for what I was looking or, then I had a question I couldn’t find the answer to, and then I wasn’t sure if I was filling out the form for the correct weeks. So forget it. I signed him up somewhere else.

    Why would I give up on that website?...

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