Interse expects global breakthrough following Microsoft agreement  

2006.03.31
Danish software company Interse expects a global breakthrough, having entered an agreement with Microsoft which can open the door to a large number of international customers in EMEA

Danish software company Interse expects a global breakthrough, having entered an agreement with Microsoft which it is anticipated will open the door to a large number of international customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Interse forecasts its business to grow almost three fold annually in the coming years.

Interse has developed an information management software programme, iBox, which makes unstructured information easily accessible for all staff in a company across departments, regardless of where the information is placed or its format. iBox's search and filtering capacity is reportedly 20-100 times more efficient than competitor products.

Following the agreement, Microsoft will automatically feature iBox as a software which supports and supplements Microsoft's Sharepoint, a portal and document management programme. In the near future, Microsoft plans to integrate Sharepoint into the Office package, which is thought will also benefit Interse.

Interse is owned by Nordic Venture Partners, the management and staff. Customers include Novo Nordisk, NATO, Deloitte and Danish Broadcasting Corporation. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.

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