Business Analytics Software Firm Acquires Memex

June 2010
Defense Daily;6/25/2010, Vol. 246 Issue 61, p7
Market Research Report
The article reports that SAS Institute Inc., a software firm, has taken over Memex Technologies Ltd., a software firm based in Great Britain. Memex has several reputed clients including the Great Britain police department, U.S. state police departments and Drugs and crime office of the U.N. It presents view of Ian Manocha, managing director, SAS, Great Britain, that the company wants to acquire global standards by being more efficient.


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