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Google has partnered with leading enterprise application vendors to leverage a new solution for Enterprise Search.

The following companies are part of the project -
SAS – enterprise business intelligence including key information in data, reports and analysis.

Cognos – key business intelligence data and performance metrics, such as sales growth, gross margins, employee productivity.

Oracle – access to HR, ERP, CRM, and SCM applications across Oracle E-Business Suite, including personal information, managerial performance, and corporate services.

NetSuite – customer, product, financials, and business dashboards.

Salesforce.com –leads, opportunity status, contact and account information – any data in Salesforce or AppExchange applications.

Employease –on-demand HR information including employee, benefits, recruitment and performance information.

Cisco – integrate rich-media conference information from Cisco MeetingPlace Express, a component of Cisco’s
Unified Communications system.

“With Google OneBox for Enterprise, businesses can unlock virtually all their information – securely and simply – using the familiar Google interface,” said Dave Girouard, vice president and general manager of Google’s enterprise business. “With the help and cooperation of many of the world’s leading enterprise application vendors, search is breaking down the silos of information inside of businesses.”

To learn more about Google OneBox for Enterprise and see a Google Video of what executives at some of these companies have to say about it, please go to http://www.google.com/enterprise/onebox.


Posted April 19, 2006 10:24 AM
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