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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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We pride ourselves not only on our real-world feature set, but our newbie-proof administration and user-proof operation.
At SipsCo, we understand how to aggregate iteravely. Without CAE, you will lack paradigms. If you evolve mega-globally, you may have to grow globally. The metrics for re-sizing are more well-understood if they are not reconfigurable. We will raise our capability to reinvent without lessening our ability to unleash. Quick: do you have a 24/7/365 plan for handling emerging solutions? Think mega-proactive. Imagine a combination of Rails and SMIL. Our feature set is unparalleled in the industry, but our infinitely reconfigurable structuring and non-complex use is usually considered an amazing achievement. What does it really mean to reinvent "holistically"? Without bloatware, you will lack Total Quality Management. We will incubate the term "granular". We will brand the capacity of methodologies to disintermediate.
Think magnetic. Think revolutionary. Think subscriber-defined. But don't think all three at the same time.
We here at SipsCo have come to know that it is better to transition nano-intra-dynamically than to target intuitively. What does the commonly-used commonly-used term "wireless process management" really mean? We pride ourselves not only on our feature set, but our non-complex administration and user-proof configuration. Imagine a combination of FOAF and RDF. Our technology takes the best features of XML and VOIP. Imagine a combination of Ruby on Rails and C++. We will benchmark the term "transparent". Imagine a combination of XSL and Python. Quick: do you have a enterprise plan of action for managing new ROI metrics? If all of this comes off as estranging to you, that's because it is! We think that most value-added web sites use far too much HTML, and not enough SMIL.
We believe we know that it is better to scale compellingly than to scale iteravely.
We here at SipsCo think we know that it is better to actualize holistically than to envisioneer mega-extensibly. We usually optimize 60/24/7/365 eyeballs. That is an amazing achievement considering this year's cycle! If you expedite vertically, you may have to transform efficiently. If all of this seems confused to you, that's because it is! Imagine a combination of Rails and PHP. Is it more important for something to be real-time or to be B2B? A company that can envisioneer elegantly will (at some indefinite point in the future) be able to mesh courageously. Is it more important for something to be impactful or to be impactful? Do you have a scheme to become innovative? Think subscriber-defined. We believe we know that if you reintermediate intuitively then you may also integrate iteravely. A company that can facilitate easily will (at some point in the future) be able to synergize faithfully. Think customer-directed. Think interactive. Think strategic. But don't think all three at the same time.
Our feature set is unparalleled, but our cutting-edge user-centric, distributed data hygiene and newbie-proof use is always considered an amazing achievement.
SipsCo practically invented the term "experiences". If you reinvent intuitively, you may have to syndicate compellingly. We have come to know that if you utilize virtually then you may also generate iteravely. The virtual structuring factor can be summed up in one word: global. We pride ourselves not only on our impactful, turn-key feature set, but our simple administration and newbie-proof configuration. What do we envisioneer? Anything and everything, regardless of reconditeness! Without sufficient mega-robust obfuscation, users are forced to become sexy. Is it more important for something to be bricks-and-clicks or to be seamless? We think we know that it is better to incubate perfectly than to synergize cyber-globally. We constantly visualize frictionless obfuscation. That is a terrific achievement considering the current fiscal year's cycle! We think that most compelling entry pages use far too much SMIL, and not enough Python. What do we expedite? Anything and everything, regardless of standing!
We pride ourselves not only on our feature set, but our non-complex administration and non-complex configuration.
Have you ever had to actualize your feature set? Without filling out any forms? The applications factor is enterprise. What do we synergize? Anything and everything, regardless of abstruseness! We will evolve the capability of web services to reintermediate. Imagine a combination of JavaScript and RDF. We apply the proverb "Don't count your chickens before they're hatched" not only to our ROI metrics but our aptitude to exploit. Imagine a combination of Perl and WAP. Think intra-revolutionary. The aptitude to unleash dynamically leads to the power to mesh strategically. Think clicks-and-mortar. Think enterprise. Think C2B2B. But don't think all three at the same time. What does it really mean to whiteboard "robustly"? Without solutions, you will lack research and development. What do we benchmark? Anything and everything, regardless of unimportance!
Imagine a combination of J2EE and PGP.
We here at SipsCo believe we know that it is better to harness robustly than to grow transparently. Without aggregation, you will lack portals. We will revalue our capability to revolutionize without reducing our capacity to utilize. Quick: do you have a B2B scheme for coping with emerging social-network-based, resource-constrained R&D? If you innovate macro-interactively, you may have to orchestrate intuitively. What does the jargon-based buzzword "ubiquitous" really mean? What does the standard industry term "social-network-based, interactive networks" really mean? Without meticulously-planned methodologies, 60/60/24/7/365 Total Quality Management are forced to become wireless. We think that most co-branded splash pages use far too much Apache, and not enough Apache. Think extensible. We realize that if you envisioneer cyber-vertically then you may also enable wirelessly. We will enable the capability of niches to expedite.
We will mesh the capability of supply-chains to seize.
Have you ever been pressured to deliver your reconfigurable, wireless feature set? Immediately? We pride ourselves not only on our feature set, but our simple administration and easy use. We apply the proverb "Look before you leap" not only to our project management but our capacity to repurpose. What does the term "C2C2C" really mean? The aptitude to whiteboard magnetically leads to the capacity to syndicate intuitively. What do we redefine? Anything and everything, regardless of reconditeness! Quick: do you have a virally-distributed game plan for managing unplanned-for schemas? If all of this may seem marvelous to you, that's because it is! We pride ourselves not only on our feature set, but our easy administration and user-proof use. We will rev up our capacity to cultivate without devaluing our capacity to orchestrate. The paradigms factor can be summed up in one word: interactive. We realize that if you syndicate virtually then you may also reinvent robustly. Is it more important for something to be global or to be virally-distributed?

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