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Thales Acquires Arisem

Thales Acquires Arisem

Source:  Thales Group, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, April 22, 2004.

Thales has acquired Arisem, France's leading developer of competitive intelligence and knowledge management software. Established in 1996, Arisem has gained recognition for its knowledge management and competitive intelligence products, which it currently supplies to nearly seventy French and European companies and major organisations, including CNES, EADS, Alcatel, Total and the DGA (the French defence procurement agency). Arisem has developed one of the most advanced technologies available for collecting, analysing and organising structured and unstructured information based on multilingual semantic analysis.

This operation will enable Arisem to expand its business in civil markets while providing an opportunity for Thales to incorporate textual analysis technologies into its military information processing systems. "This acquisition strengthens Thales' position in information dominance solutions. Arisem's expertise will round out our existing offering, providing state-of-the-art semantic analysis tools that will give users rapid access to the information they need," commented Bruno Rambaud, Thales Senior Vice President, Group Executive, Land & Joint Systems.

Thales will provide Arisem the backing it needs to grow its civil business in a competitive market often dominated by American companies. "We have been working with the Thales Group in the area of competitive intelligence for several years now. Synergies between Arisem's expertise and the Group's extensive resources will enable us to meet the needs of new customers and enhance the services we provide to our existing customer base," stated Jean-Claude Carles, CEO of Arisem.

  • About Arisem : Established in 1996, Arisem is a privately held company headquartered in Paris. It provides high-quality enterprise software for Internet and intranet applications as well as knowledge management and competitive intelligence consulting services. 

  • About Thales : Thales is an international electronics and systems group, serving defence, aerospace and security markets. The Group employs 62,000 people worldwide and generated revenues of 10.6 billion euros in 2003.

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