Danish software fledgling becomes Microsoft partner on global accounts  

2006.12.05
Microsoft has invited Danish software fledgling Interse to be a partner on Microsoft's Global Accounts which includes the IT giant's global customers
Microsoft has invited Danish software fledgling Interse to be a partner on Microsoft's Global Accounts which includes the IT giant's global customers. Interse has recently closed deals with Pfizer, Novartis and Hoffmann-La Roche. The agreement with Microsoft represents a potential value to Interse of DKK 60 m (USD 10.8 m) over the next 12 months.
 
Interse's product, Ibox, is a software programme which can make unstructured information more easily accessible for the user regardless of file format or where in the computer the information is stored. Ibox can search across file formats and qualify the search in Microsoft's Sharepoint programme, which is now becoming a standard programme in the Microsoft Office suite.
 
Last week Microsoft held an internal meeting in Copenhagen for its staff in the EMEA region. Microsoft's chief executive of global accounts in the pharmaceutical industry, Ruediger Dorn, commented: "We are in a tough battle on the enterprise search market. Interse's technology is a key tool as an addition to our own technology to outcompete the other players in that market."
 
Interse is owned by Nordic Venture Partners, the largest shareholder, management and staff. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.
 
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