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November 16, 2010

Exalead, Capgemini extend partnership for serach-based apps offering

Transform data into a cohesive, meaningful information resource

By CBR Staff Writer

Exalead, a provider of search platforms and Search-Based Applications (SBA), and Capgemini have expanded their partnership from regional level in France to a global level.

Under the extended partnership, Capgemini will expand its offering of Exalead Search-Based Applications offering to enable more customers manage, aggregate and interpret data.

Capgemini said that the new alliance will also benefit multiple industries including the global financial, manufacturing and public sectors.

The company said that Exalead previously collaborated with it in France since 2008 delivering business oriented SBA offerings to joint clients across the telecommunications, transportation, logistics, and financial sectors.

Specific SBA projects have included delivering 360° Multi-Channel Customer Information (sales, marketing and support), Operational Reporting & Business Intelligence, Database Offloading, Master Data Management, Logistics and eBusiness offerings.

Capgemini said that through Exalead CloudView 2, it can offer both existing and potential clients an easy program to manage and interpret both structured sources, such as corporate databases, and unstructured sources, such as Office documents and emails, to transform data into a cohesive, meaningful information resource.

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