Autonomy reports Groupe Mutuel deal
21 May 2008 | 1879 views | 0
Source: Autonomy Corporation
Autonomy Corporation plc (LSE: AU. or AU.L), a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise today announced that Groupe Mutuel, Swiss' leading insurance company, has selected Autonomy's Meaning-based Computing solution for its corporate intranet as part of an initiative to improve the company's entire IT infrastructure.
Autonomy's Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL) will allow Groupe Mutuel to aggregate its data silos and deliver information more efficiently to over 1,300 employees across various geographical locations.
Groupe Mutuel will use IDOL to index more than five million documents in French, German, Italian and English across various data types and from multiple content repositories. By aggregating all of the company's information into one single access point, Groupe Mutuel will be able to better leverage its data assets, avoid duplication of effort and ensure that its employees are provided with the right information at the right time.
As with all modern organizations, especially those within the financial, legal or insurance sectors where litigation and regulatory compliance are key factors, Groupe Mutuel needed a solution that could scale in a large and diverse IT environment. Security was also imperative. Groupe Mutuel found that only Autonomy was able to offer mapped security, a highly configurable, accurate and fast method for respecting third-party security entitlements. IDOL maps the existing underlying security system to ensure that there are no security breaches whilst retrieval speed levels are maintained.
"We selected Autonomy from a long list of technology vendors as the only solution able to meet all of our business requirements," commented Stephane Rard, IT Management Team at Groupe Mutuel. "The conceptual, secure, scalable approach offered by IDOL across multilingual, disparate content will add a great deal of value to our organization and we are also excited by the future possibilities offered by this technology."
Autonomy's IDOL technology is increasingly being used by organizations within the financial and insurance sectors, like Groupe Mutuel, to provide a single, secure access point to all their corporate data. Groupe Mutuel also has future plans to incorporate some of Autonomy's other advanced features such as Autonomy Cardiff's Business Process Management technology and Autonomy etalk's call center solution, as part of an IT initiative to improve efficiency, productivity and intelligence across the organization.
"We are delighted that Groupe Mutuel has selected Autonomy to play a key part in improving its IT infrastructure," commented Mike Lynch, CEO of Autonomy. "With the increasing eDisclosure pressures, regulatory changes and legislation in Europe, we look forward to working with Groupe Mutuel as the company expands Autonomy's technologies into its other business areas."