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Oracle and Open Text Announce Partnership Enabling Single Point Access to Content Management and Collaborative Capabilities

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September 7, 2000
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Waterloo, Ontario, Sept. 7, 2000 ? Open Text Corporation, a worldwide leader of collaborative commerce software for e-business, announced a strategic partnership with Oracle Corp. The partnership enables organizations to build highly scalable solutions by providing access to Livelink's powerful collaborative capabilities through Oracle Portal, a browser-based software environment for building and deploying enterprise portals.

Open Text's Open Interchange Architecture (OIA) has made this innovative partnership possible. Recently introduced, the OIA supports the further extension of Livelink to integrate with third-party portal development frameworks. Ensuring interoperability, the OIA makes use of industry standards ? XML for data interchange and CORBA for distributed computing. The openness of the OIA facilitates a new method of winning customers, shifting corporate focus from competition to collaboration.

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