Finsiel, the Telecom Italia Group’s Information Technology Market Business Unit and FileNET Italy, a subsidiary of FileNET Corporation (Nasdaq: FILE), leading supplier of ECM (Enterprise Content Management) solutions have signed an agreement to deploy strategic solutions for documentation management, workflow management and alternative storage systems to their reference markets.
This partnership will enable FileNET to become firmly entrenched in the central and local government market by offering specific solutions. In particular, Finsiel will offer the public sector solutions based on FileNET’s ECM offering, which is underpinned by powerful technological infrastructure and comprises a range of integrated products.
In anticipation of this development, Finsiel has recently provided selected professional personnel working in the public administration (developer and administrator) sector with special training on FileNET’s Panagon platform.
More generally, Finsiel and FileNET will develop for the PA sector a host of specific solutions for managing government agencies as efficient and competitive concerns, exploiting the new opportunities offered by Internet, and interacting on-line with the public. The aim of this agreement is, moreover, to further expand the current expertise of the Finsiel Group in the vertical markets of business, banks and insurance.
“The experience and expertise of the Finsiel Group in the Public Administration sector will be further reinforced thanks to this important agreement with FileNET” declared Corrado Ciotti, in charge of Finsiel’s government – IT market. “By setting up industrial projects regarding the consolidation and development of expertise in value added technology, processes and solutions alongside our offerings in the software development, system integration and consulting sectors for the PA market – but also for the business, bank and insurance markets – we should be able to corner ever larger shares of the market”.
“The agreement with Finsiel will enable us to further reinforce our already strong presence in the public sector”, commented Graziella Rossi, FileNET’s marketing director for Italy. “Our extensive ECM solution is unrivalled in the sector. New products and functions are constantly being added to ensure that our clients have the instruments they need to manage all their Content and Process Management requirements, both in their companies and on the Web, in an integrated fashion. Combined with our new partnership this will enable us to offer the PA market high value-added solutions”.
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Finsiel (Telecom Italia Group), with a turnover of more than 1200 million euros, Finsiel is one of the top Italian names in the field of IT services and consulting. It provides government agencies, banks and businesses with a full range of services across the entire ICT value chain: IT consultancy, business process re-engineering, business intelligence, system integration, ERM solutions, on-line services, and e-learning. Finsiel’s offering has been completely updated and made web ready with solutions and services based on the integration of legacy systems, ERP platforms, Internet technology and, above all, on the basis of consultancies for re-designing processes and in-depth knowledge of reference markets.
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FileNET Corporation (Nasdaq: FILE) provides “The Substance Behind eBusiness” through Enterprise Content Management solutions that help to increase productivity, customer satisfaction and profitability, enabling customers, business partners, suppliers and employees to use and exchange vital information. Based in Costa Mesa (California), FileNET distributes its innovative products in over 90 countries through its sales organization, which also offers direct and indirect assistance, by means of the ValueNET Partner programme, designed for retailers, system integrators and application developers. Founded in 1982, the company’s turnover in 2001 amounted to US$ 332.5 million. It has had a presence in Italy since 1995 when a branch office run by Carlo Stellati was opened for Italy and Southern Europe. Further information can be found at: http://www.filenet.com/italiano.