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Nuage and Kenesto Sign Partnership Agreement

December 17, 2012

According to a report, the cloud-based service providers Nuage, Inc. and Kenesto, Corp. have signed a partnership agreement, according to which, Nuage will integrate its Nuage Café with Kenesto's socially-oriented process engine.


Kenesto will also integrate its open-community capabilities with Nuage Café.

"We're very excited by the opportunity to further enhance our customers' ability to collaborate with each other and with their partners using work methods like those used in their everyday lives through our secure, social, cloud-based technologies," said Kenesto's CEO, Michael Payne. "With this alliance, we'll be able to extend the value of process and collaboration to even more businesses and individuals."

Nuage Café is a knowledge and file sharing platform that enables customers to securely share and manage their intellectual property. Designed to function like the social media tools customers normally use, Nuage Café fosters the development and seamless collaboration of virtual teams, and creates a more natural environment for communication and collaboration.

Nuage CEO, Chris Atkins, expressed his enthusiasm for not only the alliance between the two companies, but for the added value the alliance promises. 

"Kenesto and Nuage independently bring great value and consumer-oriented benefits to the table, but with this new alliance, we have an outstanding opportunity to significantly change the face of social business and process collaboration and to create immense added value for our customers," said Atkins. "Kenesto's Process and Information Collaboration capabilities paired with Nuage's Social Business Collaboration solutions will undeniably generate distinctive, value-added results for customers that are not readily available in today's marketplace. We're expecting great things, and our current and prospective users should too!" 

In March, Nuage raised an additional round of funding in the amount of $500,000 from private investors following the company's public launch less than one month ago. The additional round of funding will enable Nuage to capture a greater market share in the Social Business Collaboration space.

The firm will allocate the investment to continued technology and business development for the next phase of Nuage's Web-based collaboration and management tools.

In addition, resources will be directed to open new markets both domestically and internationally. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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