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7 June, 2016 - 13:15 By Kate Sweeney

Microsoft leverages Cambridge Intelligence technology

Microsoft is using data visualisation and analysis technology from Cambridge Intelligence as part of a new incident response platform for multiple UK police forces.

The US-owned influencer is one of the early joiners in CI’s just-launched global partnership programme.

Another important early adopter is Sistemi & Automazione, a systems integrator which has deployed CI’s KeyLines for the Italian national police.

Cambridge Intelligence believes the new partner programme will act as a launchpad to new territories and opportunities. The initiative is being led by new partner manager, Giuseppe Francavilla (pictured above), formerly of i2.

KeyLines is a network visualisation and analysis toolkit. More than 100 organisations worldwide rely on KeyLines to make sense of their complex connected data in domains including cyber security, law enforcement and intelligence and fraud detection.

The new partnership programme seeks to create a community of systems integrators, OEM, solution and technology partners who share the firm’s mission to help customers understand complex connected data.

Partner status will be granted to organisations strategically chosen to help deliver world-class data visualisation expertise at a local level. Initial joiners include Microsoft, DataStax, PlanetRisk, Verint Systems and Sistemi & Automazione.

Giuseppe Francavilla said: “The demand for quality, powerful data visualisation technology is growing at a tremendous rate. By using our library to quickly build and distribute solutions exactly as customers want them, partners can advance analysis from the traditional back office to the front line and give visual interactive tools to every role in the organisation.”

The need to manage multiple domains at the same time is typical of government-level opportunities – an area where Cambridge Intelligence has already seen success – counting multiple public sector accounts in the US, UK and across Europe.

Pierangelo Satriano, CTO of Sistemi & Automazione said: “There is a growing market for visual tools that make big data accessible and simplify complexity.

“Cambridge Intelligence has the best technology to do that. Our partnership means we can consistently deliver outstanding software and expertise, keeping our customers happy and creating innovative solutions to their challenges.”

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