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Mindbreeze Represented at the Enterprise Search Summit 2009 — Introducing Mindbreeze Enterprise Search 2009 Spring Release

May 7, 2009

NEW YORK, May 7 /PRNewswire/ — Mindbreeze Software GmbH, based in
Linz/Austria, is taking part in the Enterprise Search Summit (ESS) again this
year. The innovative Austrian enterprise will be present at Stand No. 15 to
introduce its most recent version Mindbreeze Enterprise Search 2009 Spring
Release.

“The ESS is known as a meeting point for the Enterprise Search Elite -
this is where trends are set. For us, as a young enterprise, it is
particularly important to recognize these trends in time, thus enabling us to
be able to react to our clients’ and partners’ requirements at an early
stage,” says Daniel Fallmann, Managing Director of Mindbreeze.

    The innovations in the Spring Release at a glance:

    - Microsoft(R) Office SharePoint(R) Server 2007 integration

    - Supports semantic contexts between information objects and a
      user-friendly interface

    - Supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 (x64) and CentOS 5.2 (x64)

    - Supports SAML 2.0 (authentication)

How Mindbreeze Enterprise Search works:

The solution indexes heterogeneous data bases and sources such as email
clients, files, DMS-systems, Intranet and Internet throughout the company
network. Centralise your search: The relevant data is available immediately,
maintaining existing access rights, application and user contexts -
‘actionable information’.

For further information see: http://www.mindbreeze.com/enterprisesearch

About Mindbreeze:

Mindbreeze Software GmbH is a leading provider of software for fast and
intuitive search solutions, making relevant company and Internet data easily
accessible. Last year, the company was awarded the title of “KMWorld
Trend-Setting-Product 2008″ and has also been admitted to the “100 Companies
that Matter in Knowledge Management” of KMWorld.

    Contact on ESS:
    Mindbreeze
    Rupert Grafendorfer
    info@mindbreeze.com
    +1-617-207-1594

SOURCE Mindbreeze


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