As reported by
, the Waterloo-based software giant Open Text
will hire as many as 400 workers at Ontario locations over next five years. The new jobs -- to be spread between Waterloo, Richmond Hill and Ottawa -- come as part of the company's $225-million product development plan.
"One of the drivers for this investment is the digital media sector which offers opportunity for growth and innovation," said president and chief executive John Shackleton of Open Text."
"The Ontario government will contribute $33.75 million to the initiative."
"This is a strategic investment that anchors Open Text's operations in the province and furthers Ontario's reputation as a leader in digital media and information and communications technology," said Sandra Pupatello, Ontario's Minister of Economic Development and Trade."
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original source Exchange Magazine