Paul Loomis

Title: Vice President of Intellectual Property

Company: OpenText

Location: Tampa, FL

Tampa, FL, April 26, 2016, Paul Loomis, vice president of intellectual property at OpenText, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for his dedication, achievements and leadership in enterprise information management.

For Mr. Loomis, customer experience is one of the foremost important aspects of running a successful technology business. Over the last 23 years, he has established his reputation for providing expert-level enterprise content management, business process management, information exchange and cloud solutions. His full understanding of intellectual property allows him to provide top services to clients of Canada’s largest software company, OpenText. In his role as vice president of IT, Mr. Loomis is responsible for all patent prosecution trademark and copyrights filings for the company.

Mr. Loomis entered his profession after working as a supervising patent examiner for seven years following his graduation from Syracuse University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in electrical engineering. Thereafter, he held the title of director of programs and applications architect in other companies. When asked of his tremendous success over more than two decades, Mr. Loomis attributes his success to his networking, personality and technical and legal knowledge. As he looks ahead, he intends to continue growing the success of OpenText. To learn more, visit http://www.opentext.com.

Contact Paul Loomis

Loomis, Paul 1996568

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