EntropySoft, a specialist of Enterprise connectivity, today announced a technology agreement with EntropySoft and Funnelback Announce OEM Agreement for Enterprise Connectors
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EntropySoft and Funnelback Announce OEM Agreement for Enterprise Connectors

09/22/2010

EntropySoft’s Enterprise Content-Centric Connectors Extend the Reach of Funnelback’s search engine



EntropySoft, a specialist of Enterprise connectivity, today announced a technology agreement with Funnelback.

ebizQ received the following:

Funnelback is integrating a wide selection of enterprise connectors from EntropySoft into its Funnelback search engine. The inclusion of EntropySoft technology expands out-of-the-box connectivity for Funnelback customers, ensuring easy access to unstructured information across the enterprise.


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The agreement will enable Funnelback to integrate a portfolio of more than 40 connectors. All major Enterprise Content Management Systems are present in EntropySoft’s portfolio, and all connectors have been fully-tested on large implementations in critical business projects.

“The Enterprise Connectors will enable our customers to multiply the benefits of Funnelback search technology by unlocking access to a much broader range of content sources.” stated Brett Matson, Managing Director at Funnelback. “It’s already clear that these connectors are better architected and more robust than anything we’ve seen in the past. The support from EntropySoft has also been excellent.”

“This OEM agreement with one of the Australian leaders for search illustrates our global presence. The easy integration of our technology in all content-centric markets such as Search, e-Discovery, BPM or DLP illustrates our will to become the de facto standard for high-performance connectivity,” said Nicolas Maquaire, CEO and co-founder of EntropySoft. “More and more, companies chose to rely on the professionalism and dedication of connector specialists so as to have the widest and best connectivity for their customers. We also bring to this partnership our vast expertise in content-centric applications and our market-leader technology.”

The quality and breadth of connectivity is increasingly important for software analysts in many markets. Relying on a connector specialist such as EntropySoft is synonymous with quality and expertise.

By using EntropySoft enterprise connectors, software vendors and IT services companies get immediate access to enterprise application repositories. They also benefit from in-depth expertise on 40 content-centric systems to facilitate their proof-of-concepts and deployments.

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