Landmark is expanding its DecisionSpace information management solution with the addition of document management and high-end networked storage from EMC Corp. The companies have signed a global agreement to jointly develop information lifecycle management (ILM) solutions tuned to upstream oil and gas companies. The new solutions address information asset management creation, storage, indexing, cataloging, data quality measurement and workflow/audit capture.
Landmark will integrate EMC’s Documentum content management package with its DecisionSpace information management and infrastructure solutions. Landmark will also resell EMC’s portfolio of networked storage systems, the Centera content addressed storage system and the ControlCenter family of storage management software.
Halliburton VP Jonathan Lewis said, ‘This alliance will provide knowledge workers with an IM solution that spans structured and unstructured data management across the enterprise.’
EMC senior VP Mitch Breen said, ‘Oil and gas is a very information-intensive industry with Petabyte data volumes. We expect these volumes to increase as companies use more sophisticated digital technologies. By leveraging Landmark’s industry expertise we are able to increase the value of EMC solutions to E&P companies.’
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