Publicly-traded tech companies have laid off hundreds of workers in recent months and warned of diminishing prospects due to high inflation and recession fears. But amid the sector-wide gloom, the outlook at Waterloo, Ont.-headquartered OpenText is relatively sunny. “We can see the headwinds out there, but we’re leaning in right now,” said CEO Mark Barrenechea.
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