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Sentillion to Collaborate with Microsoft

June 24, 2009
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Anodver, Mass.-based Sentillion signed a licensing agreement with Redmond, Wa.-headquartered Microsoft wherein Sentillion would supply its single sign-on (SSO) and context management technology as part of Microsoft Amalga Unified Intelligence System 2009.

According to Sentillion, the joint offering would provide users with a variety of benefits, such as:

· Clinicians using Amalga’s healthcare data aggregation platform would have SSO capabilities and need to login only once.

· Amalga users would guarantee that the person’s record is in fact that person.

· SSO and context management would be part of the clinical workflow that users already use, which would enable the transition not to be disruptive.

· The integration would streamline workflow by combining the power of Microsoft’s data intelligence technology with Sentillion’s technology enabling faster, easier and more efficient decisions.

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