Strategic Partnership with In-Q-Tel Plays Key Role in Introducing Cutting-Edge Search Technologies to the US Intelligence Community
September 12, 2005
Endeca, the leading provider of Guided Navigation®, Search and Analysis solutions announced today it has signed a deal with In-Q-Tel to introduce Endeca’s next-generation enterprise search and navigation technology to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
The deal is the latest with In-Q-Tel, a private, independent, not-for-profit venture group established by the Central Intelligence Agency. The search and navigation solution is part of Endeca’s recently announced Government Search and Analysis Solutions.
“This represents In-Q-Tel’s first program with our new partners at the Defense Intelligence Agency,” said Gilman Louie, President and CEO of In-Q-Tel. “Today In-Q-Tel is working with multiple organizations in the IC. Our goal is to bring innovative technology from the commercial sector, such as Endeca, to help solve some of the most pressing national security challenges the IC faces.”
In late 2003, In-Q-Tel signed a significant strategic investment and development deal with Endeca, which focused its successful commercial technology on the government and national security markets. Endeca Government Solutions help public-sector organizations and intelligence and law enforcement agencies to integrate, discover, navigate, and analyze data to solve the problems associated with information overload.
About the DIA
The DIA is a Department of Defense combat support agency and an important member of the United States Intelligence Community. With over 7500 military and civilian employees worldwide, DIA integrates highly skilled intelligence professionals with leading edge technology to discover information and create knowledge that provides warning, identifies opportunities, and delivers overwhelming advantage to our warfighters, defense planners, and defense and national security policymakers.
Endeca’s award-winning Guided Navigation, Enterprise Search, and Analysis solutions help organizations integrate, discover, and navigate enterprise data to solve business problems associated with information overload. Endeca’s customers include a wide range of enterprises, including retailers (Barnes & Noble, The Home Depot, Wal-Mart); financial services (Bank of America, MFS Investment Management, Putnam Investments); manufacturing and distribution (IBM, Arrow Electronics, and John Deere); media and publishing (World Book and IHS) and government (the Library of Congress, NASA, and the National Cancer Institute). Endeca is a private company headquartered in Cambridge, MA. More information: www.endeca.com or email@example.com.