Contribute, grow and succeed with the OpenText Finance team.
The Finance team plays a key role in ensuring OpenText remains the leader in Enterprise Information Management. The team drives strategic direction and operational rhythm that significantly impacts colleagues and customers around the globe. The CFO organization is comprised of a broad and deep set of functional pillars that support acquisitions and organic growth, while driving best-in-class profits and cash flows.
Why work at OpenText?
Here's what the Finance leadership team has to say:
The OpenText Finance pillars
What the OpenText Finance team works on
Financial reporting, acquisition accounting, financial integrations, reporting, compliance and global accounting policies.
Digital Business Services
Billing and accounts receivable activities and policies, sourcing, procurement and accounts payable with a key focus on process efficiencies, productivity and automation.
Corporate Treasury Services
Global liquidity management, capital structure optimization, risk management to support rapid growth, foreign exchange management and insurance management.
Financial Planning and Analysis
Corporate planning and analysis including forecasting, variable compensation plan design, calculation and payments.
Internal Audit and Customer Compliance
Internal operational and financial controls audit, enterprise risk management, investigations, customer compliance, Life Sciences quality and business continuity programs.
Shareholder communications, financial results positioning, relationships with, and management of, our investor and financial analyst community.
Global Real Estate and Facilities
Office site selection, lease management, workplace standards and design, workplace security, new office construction and day-to-day operations for more than 120 global offices.
Global Tax Services
Global management of income tax, tax planning, compliance, reporting, tax due diligence for acquisitions and audit management.
Where we work
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