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Hitachi Innovative Solutions Corporation and NCR's Teradata Create Alliance

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February 5, 2001
  By Rachel Rasmussen

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 5, 2001 ?Hitachi Innovative Solutions Corporation (HISC), an IT solutions provider, announced its newly established marketing and technology alliance with Teradata, a division of NCR Corporation.

Under the agreement, the companies will share intellectual capital for their customers and share business development leads. In joint solution offerings, HISC and Teradata will provide high-tier services and products to the quickly growing mid-tier solutions integration market.

"Teaming up with NCR's Teradata enables Hitachi Innovative Solutions Corporation to expand its data warehousing offerings and provide our customers with yet another way to make their data work for them," said HISC president and chief operating officer William Bray.

HISC and Teradata will work together in the financial services and insurance markets, telecommunications, and state and local government to provide software and hardware solutions that incorporate state-of-the-art data warehousing and customer relationship management (CRM) technology, and innovative systems integration. The HISC and Teradata partnership will allow firms in these target industries to collect, store, and analyze the data needed for customer profitability analysis, credit management, trend analysis, and demand forecasting. The partnership will give data warehousing customers both the technology and services they need to obtain and maintain a competitive advantage through the intelligent use of data.

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