"Think of the way agriculture made civilization possible, and you'll have some idea of the effect we believe our new offering will have on the way people work with computers and the Internet," says our senior assistant vice president of marketing, who holds a Ph.D in holistic studies from the University of Leading-Edge Advancement.
Our state-of-the-art licensing program allows OEMs worldwide to leverage our exclusive, patent-pending proprietary developments in their own software stack, creating an unparalleled synergy for repurposing mission-critical deployments. We are firm believers in open source, so we have taken the unique step of protecting the open source software that is the heart of our product by patenting it so competitors can't use it to make inferior versions.
About our company
We are backed by a group of multinational venture capital firms. Our founders are dedicated to their vision of a world in which corporations do no evil. We recently closed a second round of funding we are using to keep the excitement going as we prepare for our IPO, which will be handled by the world's premier investment bank. Our directors' expertise spans industries ranging from novelty item wholesaling to personal vehicle retail marketing. We are positioned to rapidly open facilities in major cities worldwide to accommodate the inevitable demand for our breakthrough creation.
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