Memex and C3i produce covert intelligence solution

Having the tools to combat organised crime is a prerequisite for all forces. Memex, with its intelligence management solutions, has developed a partnership with C3i, with its expertise in covert investigations and intelligence gathering.

Dec 14, 2006
By David Howell
Graeme Biggar

Having the tools to combat organised crime is a prerequisite for all forces. Memex, with its intelligence management solutions, has developed a partnership with C3i, with its expertise in covert investigations and intelligence gathering.

Commenting on the new partnership, James Mathieson, managing director of C3i, said: “We utilise cutting edge technology to handle sensitive intelligence on a daily basis and our collaboration with Memex is a logical step for us in the fight against organised crime impacting on law enforcement and the commercial world.

“We believe that with Memex’s help we can enhance our core values and take this developing market to a new level of excellence.”

“The type of solution we are working to bring to market is legally required by every police force in the UK and the EU,” said David Carrick, CEO of Memex.

“Commercial organisations have the same ethical requirements and therefore a commitment to take corporate responsibility when handling confidential source information, so it is vital that they have a system in place for this.

“Another reason that commercial organisations will have an interest in this solution is that if no action is taken it can result in civil litigation.”

The partnership with C3i follows the recent news announcement about Memex’s growth and expansion plans to move into the retail and financial sectors. Newly appointed commercial sales director, David Andrew, will be responsible for helping to co-ordinate the new solution and help place it into the new markets across the UK and internationally when it launches in 2007.

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