Ibm and Searchinform to Work Together

By: Softinform

SearchInform's search technologies acquire the recognition of IBM. A partnership agreement was signed between the two companies as a result..

According to the agreement, SearchInform Technologies will take part in IBM PartnerWorld Industry Networks (PWIN) partnership program. The agreement also states that in the course of 2007 SearchInform's search solution will be integrated with IBM's program products, in particular with tools from Lotus and WebSphere product lines.

In the framework of the signed agreement SearchInform Technologies released a new version of SearchInform search system featuring added support, indexing and the following search in Lotus Notes databases. These databases have already acquired a wide recognition on the corporate market, and the problem of organizing quality search through them is quite essential for a large number of companies. That's why supporting Lotus takes SearchInform search system to a new and even higher level.

IBM's PartnerWorld Industry Networks (PWIN) program provides the new partners with technical support, new network interaction opportunities, as well as sales and marketing support. It also simplifies the process of recognizing a company as IBM's business partner.

Now SearchInform Technologies has the access to IBM global sales network, as well as financial support of its marketing campaigns, which extends its business opportunities and speeds up their implementation.
SearchInform Technologies (www.searchinform.com) was founded in 1995 and has been operating in the area of information technologies with special focus on information searching, storing and processing. The range of company's products is quite large and encompasses from mass production of single user-oriented products to ready business solutions to be integrated into corporate systems. Owing to its extensive experience in various projects, the company offers its services on developing custom information systems of any complexity.

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