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Mimosa sees 43% customer growth in 2009

12 Jan 10

Mimosa Systems recently announced the 1000th customer for its NearPoint archiving solution, marking a 43% growth rate in customers for 2009.

Looking to 2010, Mimosa said that its vision for 2010 is to provide customers with the flexibility to choose how they want to deploy NearPoint, with options of on-premise, in the cloud, or a hybrid combination in order to allow companies to better balance goals for information management, risk and cost.

In addition to providing deployment options, the company is also targeting the high-cost aspects of the eDiscovery with new tools in order to filter archived content identify relevant content quickly.

Commenting on the growth T.M. Ravi, CEO of Mimosa, said, “The market for archiving continues to grow rapidly, driven by burgeoning information growth and stringent eDiscovery and regulatory compliance requirements that face both government and enterprise organisations.”

He added, “We are moving into 2010 with a line of exciting new products that raise the bar for next-generation archiving solutions that deliver strategic value for our customers.”

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