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Cambridge Intelligence grows to double figures

last modified Aug 22, 2013 02:52 PM
ideaSpace company celebrates their tenth customer and their first success on mainland Europe.
Cambridge Intelligence grows to double figures

Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence, one of the region’s most promising start-ups, has celebrated the addition of a major new account to their books. The customer, an industry-leading French company, is Cambridge Intelligence’s tenth account, and the first from mainland Europe.

Founded in February 2012 by ex-i2 (now IBM) employees, Cambridge Intelligence has attracted interest from organisations on almost every continent with their innovative network visualisation software, KeyLines.

As companies worldwide struggle with the challenge of Big Data management, they have been turning to Cambridge Intelligence to help them make sense of their information.

Current users of KeyLines network visualisation software include organisations in the fields of law enforcement, military intelligence and information management including the US Army and the UK Fraud Prevention Service.

Joe Parry, CEO and Founder of Cambridge Intelligence, said, “we’re delighted that our product has enjoyed such success. This addition of a new customer cements our position as one of the industry’s hottest new companies and will provide us with the opportunity to expand even further into a rapidly growing global market.”

In April, Cambridge Intelligence was added to Business Weekly’s Killer-50 list of the most disruptive science and technology companies in the region.

For more information, contact Andrew Disney, Digital Marketing Manager:

Andrew@cambridge-intelligence.com

+44 (0)1223 969 962

www.cambridge-intelligence.com

www.keylines.com

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