(Corrects paragraph 6 to say license revenue rose, not fell)
(Reuters) - Business software maker Open Text Corp earned less in long-term license fees than analysts had expected in the fourth quarter, offsetting gains from its push into cloud computing.
maintaining our fair value estimate for Open Text OTEX , a provider of content management ..... Consistent with previous quarters, Open Text derived about one third of its ..... near term, we still believe that Open Text 's plan to derive at least 40
Open Text OTEX announced first-quarter results of ..... improving operating margin. Despite Open Text 's strong results, we continue to believe ..... companies--accounted for about 34% of Open Text 's revenues, and management has the
Open Text OTEX recently posted fourth-quarter results ..... percentage points from the previous year. Open Text 's licensing revenue--a source of ..... Despite the strong results, we believe Open Text remains too dependent on its partners
Electronic content management specialist OpenText OTEX acquired privately held software developer Momentum Systems for $4 million. Momentum Systems specializes in information management
Enterprise content management software company Open Text OTEX reported second-quarter results that were modestly above our expectations, but we are comfortable with our fair value estimate
look ahead to data specialist Open Text Corporation's OTEX release of second-quarter ..... users, as they are unsure if Open Text remains committed to supporting ..... also keeping a close eye on Open Text 's profit margins. Competition
not very enthusiastic about Open Text Corporation's OTEX $489 million acquisition of ..... into our valuation model for Open Text , and our fair value estimate ..... revenue were much higher than Open Text 's, so the impact on earnings
the content management provider group. Most recently, Hummingbird agreed to be acquired by Open Text OTEX . FileNet's announcement leaves Open Text as the largest independent provider of content management solutions.