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Corporate Gibberish Generator™

Welcome to the Corporate Gibberish Generator™ by Andrew Davidson. andrewdavidson/at\andrewdavidson/dot\com
Enter your company name and click "Generate" to generate several paragraphs of corporate gibberish suitable for pasting into your prospectus.
(The gibberish is geared more toward Internet and technology companies.)
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Your Randomly-Generated Corporate Gibberish:

Without convergence, you will lack deliverables.
We here at SipsCo understand that it is better to matrix extensibly than to deliver wirelessly. The metrics for partnerships are more well-understood if they are not world-class. Imagine a combination of ActionScript and J++. We understand that if you productize dynamically then you may also enhance globally. We apply the proverb "Strike while the iron is hot" not only to our CAE compliance but our ability to embrace. Do you have a strategy to become reality-based? Your budget for engineering should be at least one-third of your budget for monetizing. The Total Quality Control factor can be summed up in one word: front-end. Think cross-media. Think long-term. We will rev up our aptitude to visualize without decreasing our capability to syndicate.
We think that most resource-constrained splash pages use far too much Python, and not enough AJAX.
Have you ever been unable to redefine your functionality? Without having to learn Rails? We always aggregate end-to-end, synergistic content. That is an amazing achievement considering this year's market conditions! Quick: do you have a e-business scheme for coping with unplanned-for supply-chains? The metrics for C2C metrics are more well-understood if they are not wireless. Your budget for enabling should be at least one-half of your budget for embracing. Your budget for empowering should be at least one-tenth of your budget for syndicating. What does the term "cross-platform" really mean? What does the commonly-accepted commonly-accepted commonly-accepted commonly-accepted jargon-based jargon-based jargon-based standard industry industry jargon "B2B, B2C2B" really mean? We frequently engage transparent, 24/7/365 experiences. That is a terrific achievement when you consider today's market! Your budget for reintermediating should be at least twice your budget for upgrading. We apply the proverb "It never rains but it pours" not only to our markets but our ability to orchestrate.
Quick: do you have a global plan for dealing with unplanned-for channels?
SipsCo is the industry leader of plug-and-play Total Quality Control. Imagine a combination of Java and Python. Your budget for synthesizing should be at least one-half of your budget for productizing. What does the term "C2C" really mean? The niches factor is interactive. Think ultra-vertical. What does it really mean to exploit "macro-proactively"? We usually redefine next-generation data hygiene. That is a terrific achievement when you consider this year's market! Your budget for matrixing should be at least one-tenth of your budget for recontextualizing. Think blog-based. Think nano-C2B2B. We will synergize the buzzword "1000/60/60/24/7/365".
We apply the proverb "You cannot have your cake and eat it too" not only to our obfuscation but our ability to enable.
SipsCo is the industry leader of end-to-end power shifts. We understand that it is better to incubate virally than to engineer interactively. We will transition the ability of power shifts to transform. Our technology takes the best features of Flash and J2EE. It sounds dumbfounding, but it's true! A company that can drive easily will (someday) be able to matrix defiantly. Without meticulously-planned biometrics, partnerships are forced to become revolutionary. What does the term "back-end" really mean? Imagine a combination of Perl and PNG. Without adequate media sourcing, technologies are forced to become innovative. Think user-centric. Think impactful. Think strategic. But don't think all three at the same time. Without process management, you will lack metrics.
Without e-businesses, you will lack e-businesses.
SipsCo practically invented the term "schemas". Quick: do you have a next-generation game plan for coping with emerging partnerships? We think that most integrated web applications use far too much PHP, and not enough XSL. Think super-long-term. We will extend our aptitude to drive without reducing our capability to deploy. We have come to know that it is better to incentivize efficiently than to recontextualize virtually. Our feature set is second to none, but our bleeding-edge, interactive infomediaries and non-complex configuration is constantly considered an amazing achievement. We will matrix the jargon-based industry jargon "frictionless". Do you have a plan to become reconfigurable? Think efficient. Think mission-critical. Think sexy. But don't think all three at the same time. If you unleash interactively, you may have to brand extensibly. Without preplanned media sourcing, paradigms are forced to become cutting-edge.
Quick: do you have a viral plan for monitoring emerging returns-on-investment?
At SipsCo, we have come to know how to optimize intra-intra-compellingly. What do we leverage? Anything and everything, regardless of reconditeness! Imagine a combination of IIS and PGP. If all of this seems confounding to you, that's because it is! We will incubate the buzzword "leading-edge". We pride ourselves not only on our collaborative, compelling, innovative feature set, but our simple administration and user-proof configuration. Without sufficient project management metrics, wireless, next-generation dot-com data hygiene reports are forced to become seamless. Imagine a combination of HTML and JavaScript. We will rev up our aptitude to morph without depreciating our aptitude to e-enable. We believe we know that it is better to iterate intra-compellingly than to brand wirelessly. We apply the proverb "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink" not only to our project management but our aptitude to transition. We understand that if you strategize intuitively then you may also evolve globally. What does the commonly-used commonly-used term "customized, real-world ubiquitous networks" really mean?

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