Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Autonomy's blazing sales start to the year

Adobe has signed an OEM deal with Autonomy. Here Adobe customers use its products to create and distribute unstructured content. Now Adobe will provide products based on Autonomy's IDOL so that customers can manage that content in e-discovery and compliance terms.

EMC has also signed an OEM deal with Autonomy. The technology involved has not been specified.

Oracle too has signed a new OEM licensing agreement for some of Autonomy's e-discovery, document management and compliance software. It signed a previous deal in April, 2007, before Autonomy bought Zantaz. That deal referred to the integration of Autonomy's IDOL (Intelligent Data Operating Layer) into Oracle's products. The new deal follows on from the Zantaz purchase and the introduction of e-discovery and Desktop Legal Hold products into Autonomy's product range.

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