The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London will present three innovative companies on the French Pavilion at the Cloud World Forum, which is taking place at the Olympia exhibition centre (in London) on 17 and 18 June 2014. These companies will showcase their proven expertise in Cloud solutions, covering both products and services, at the trade show for the Cloud-computing sector.
The French-based participants at Cloud World Forum are looking to develop partnerships in the UK and will be available for one-to-one business meetings on the French Pavilion (Stand C592), from 17 to 18 June. Cloud World Forum is a leading event in the field of Cloud computing and the trade show is taking place at Olympia, in central London.
Companies on the French Pavilion are listed below; further information is available on request.
Cedexis offers multi-Cloud strategies for a faster web to users around the world. Cedexis Radar uses a unique community-based approach to measure and benchmark the end-user performance of every major Cloud and Content Delivery Network (CDN) provider.
Cedexis Radar takes nearly four billion measurements per day from over 40,000 individual networks around the world. This provides unmatched visibility into the global performance and availability of the world's largest public infrastructures.
Cedexis Openmix is a SaaS solution that provides the next generation of flexible-load balancing to instantly match the best-performing Clouds and CDNs with local-user demand.
Cedexis optimises web performance across data centres, CDNs and Clouds for companies that want to reach global markets. Cedexis believes that web performance is not a characteristic of one Cloud, but the result of the intelligent orchestration of many.
Mailjet offers customers the chance to pilot their marketing and transactional emails to their contacts’ inboxes. The easy-to-use tracking tools and powerful API allow users to get the most from each email sent, campaign after campaign.
Mailjet's algorithm optimises deliverability, which can be seen as a priority, given the fact that 20% of legitimate emails never get to the inbox of the intended person (or entity). Mailjet offers a SaaS interface and a set of APIs that can be integrated into any contact-management tool. Email-distribution performance is the main focus and all functionalities reinforce the user’s everyday efficiency.
Mailjet is a French company that was founded in 2010 and has become a European leader in the transactional-and-marketing emailing industry. Overall, 65% of its revenue is generated abroad.
Projet2Team Projet2Team creates high-quality websites, web landing pages and dynamic web forms, simplifying time-consuming processes for users and client entities. The Projet2Team platform accelerates the deployment of the client entity's web strategy, helping to keep business agile, by quickly building new sites at the same rate as social media.
Projet2Team is a software-design company providing three key software solutions: Team FORMS, TeamCMS andTeamCRM, which are all integrated into the Projet2Team’s platform. These solutions are Cloud applications hosted in the Projet2Team data centre. No installation as such is necessary, and only a standard web browser is required in order to deploy Projet2Team's solutions.
Projet2Team also provides integration and consulting services to create mobile applications and responsive web design.
About The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London facilitates trade development between France and the UK. UBIFRANCE offers a wide range of services to French-based companies, so as to assist them in their business activities within the UK.
UBIFRANCE in the UK is organising the French Pavilion, which will be on Stand C592 at Cloud World Forum. The trade show is taking place from 17 to 18 June 2014 at the Olympia exhibition centre, in central London (UK).
For further information about Cloud World Forum, please go to: http://www.cloudwf.com/
For further information about UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk
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