Neudesic assumes the related iNet.BI customer agreements
Microsoft National Systems Integrator and Gold ISV Partner Neudesic has partnered with enterprise content management and records management offerings provider Gimmal.
Under the partnership, Neudesic will acquire the Business Intelligence (BI) suite of products from Gimmal’s recently acquired ERP-Link division and will assume the related iNet.BI customer agreements.
SAP and Microsoft’s BI platform are integrated with the help of ERP-Link’s iNet.BI products and the integration enables SAP customers to take full advantage of Microsoft’s BI, which includes SQL Server, SQL Server Analysis Server, SQL Server Reporting Services, Excel/PowerPivot, and Performance Point Services.
Neudesic CEO Parsa Rohani said partnering with GimmalSoft gives us the opportunity to take SharePoint forward with an information management offering that delivers compliant content and records management, a full-featured SAP document archiving and link capability and the core business intelligence applications business users need to be successful in today’s competitive environment.
"Neudesic is excited to be partnered with a high quality organization like Gimmal that has both the vision and capabilities to enable an enterprise-wide platform built on SharePoint for better information management," said Rohani.
Gimmal founder Mike Alsup said Gimmal’s focus on enabling the enterprise knowledge worker with transparent content and records management will be enriched by its ability to seamlessly integrate document-centric transactional applications for SAP.
"By partnering with Neudesic for Business Intelligence, an area we haven’t focused on historically, we can deliver information management capabilities that truly reach to all areas of the enterprise. Enterprises today are challenged to do more with less and SharePoint is a game-changing platform with a best-of-breed set of ISV partners. Neudesic is well respected in the Microsoft SharePoint and Business Intelligence markets and we are thrilled to be able to work more closely with them," said Alsup.