Linz, Austria, September 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Deutsche Telekom AG is one of the leading service providers worldwide in the telecommunications and information technology industry. The Deutsche Telekom Group has now chosen to work with the Austrian enterprise search and big data specialist Mindbreeze and its product (Mindbreeze InSpire) for their enterprise search platform.Mindbreeze InSpire
Currently Deutsche Telekom AG uses a variety of systems, each with its own separate search capability; the search results only provide information from that particular application.
Using Mindbreeze InSpire, Deutsche Telekom AG employees can now perform searches integrating the complete company information, regardless of whether the data is stored in structured or unstructured formats and sources. Search applications quickly find all relevant corporate-wide information and can then rapidly and intelligently link this data for each respective department.
"We came out on top after an intense evaluation phase, which speaks both for our product and for our team. I'm proud of this achievement," says Daniel Fallmann, founder and CEO of Mindbreeze GmbH.
About Deutsche Telekom
With approximately 151 million mobile customers, 30 million fixed-network lines and over 17 million broadband lines (status December 31, 2014), Deutsche Telekom is one of the leading integrated telecommunications companies worldwide. The Group provides products and services for fixed networks, mobile communications, Internet and IPTV for private customers as well as ICT solutions for business and corporate customers. Deutsche Telekom is represented in more than 50 countries and employs approximately 228,000 people worldwide. In fiscal 2014, the Group posted a turnover of 62.7 billion euros, of which more than 60 percent were generated outside Germany.
Mindbreeze GmbH with headquarters in Linz/Austria is a leading European provider of software products for enterprise search, big data, and knowledge management. The products understand information and provide a consolidated view of corporate knowledge regardless of where (data sources) and how (structured, unstructured) this information is stored.