Panopticon Software and c o m e Computer Systeme GmbH Partner

Originally published January 20, 2009

Panopticon Software, a provider of Treemap and Heatmap data visualization software, recently announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with c o m e Computer Systeme GmbH (CME), a well–established business intelligence systems integrator based in Switzerland. Having a highly experienced team of consultants who have over ten years of experience in the implementation of BI systems, CME has successfully completed projects for clients in a wide variety of industries, including Nestlé, ABN–AMRO, Tetra Pak, Danone, IBM, Barclays, and Novartis.
 
CME is headquartered in Switzerland and operates in ten European countries. In the United Kingdom and South Africa they operate as Emergent Innovation. The company works with their clients to implement Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Data Integration, Enterprise Resource Planning, and Customer Relationship Management projects. They provide in–depth consulting services to identify requirements, select appropriate solutions, and also support change management within the client organization.
 
CME will utilize Panopticon's comprehensive SDK to embed the company's Business Intelligence tools into client systems, as well as the Panopticon Enterprise system for "out–of–the–box" projects that require a web–deployed product. They will also provide in depth training and first line customer support to clients in Switzerland, Germany and Austria.
 
Brian O'Keefe, Director of Product Management for Panopticon, said, "CME has been one of the top resellers and technology consultants in Europe for many years.  CME consultants deliver successful BI solutions to leading multinationals. The combination of their implementation expertise and our data visualization technology will help clients throughout Europe make smarter, more profitable decisions."

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