How OpenText have been reported on in the international press in the last year
Coverage Intelligence Report
This chart shows the volume of press coverage that OpenText received between January 2020 and December 2020. It had coverage in all 10 of the countries monitored in this research, with its coverage peaking in November 2020.
OpenText's volume of coverage was up in the latest quarter by 154.1% when compared with the previous quarter. Overall, OpenText was ranked number 230 out of the 1853 companies that feature in this research for its volume of coverage over the last year.
In the last 12 months, OpenText have appeared alongside many different companies in the press but the 5 companies that have featured with them the most were Webroot, Carbonite, IBM, SAP and Dell Technologies.
Quarter on quarter
The key stories in the peak months
Acquisition: OpenText buys XMedius for $75m
Launch: OpenText launches Cloud Editions (CE) 20.2
Partnership: OpenText teams up with AWS
Launch: OpenText expands the availability of its electronic Signature offering; Launch: OpenText launches OpenText Developer Cloud
Product/Service: OpenText EnCase solutions are now certified on Microsoft Azure; Partnership: RAH InfoTech teams up with OpenText
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