WATERLOO, Ontario--Open Text announced here that Glaxo Wellcome has chosen its Livelink collaborative knowledge management software to automate business processes, enable workgroup collaboration, and improve the capture and reuse of corporate knowledge in Glaxo's Canadian operations. "With Livelink, we have been able to create a collaborative workgroup area on the web where our geographically dispersed teams work together on projects, develop common goals, and take advantage of valuable discussion areas," remarked Joe Felix, director of commercial information technology at Glaxo.

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