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A file photo of Open Text chief John Shackleton.

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Canada's largest publicly traded software company, OpenText , has acquired Global 360 Holding Corp. of Dallas for $260-million (U.S.).

OpenText says the acquisition continues its expansion into business process management software.

Global 360 brings with it expertise in dynamic case management solutions.

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OpenText is based in Waterloo, Ont., and is a leading supplier of software for large organizations.

It's considered a leader in enterprise content management software used to create, store and retrieve e-mail and other electronic documents.

Global 360's strength in case management solutions are expected to complement OpenText's business process management products.

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