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 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 950, from 26 to 27 June.
On 28 June, six of the companies will also take part in a seminar and B2B meetings organised by UBIFRANCE with potential partners and clients at the Camden Court hotel in Dublin, Ireland.
Companies on the French Pavilion are listed below; further information is available on request.
Bittle has developed, in house, a 100% web-based software as a service (SaaS) multi-cloud solution which is accessible 24 hours a day. This solution allows the simple building and sharing of dashboards and reporting tools in order to assist an increase in activity. Bittle develops its products through affiliations with various local business partners, such as consulting firms and independent software vendors (ISVs).
NEOTYS helps its clients identify the challenges of load-testing cloud-based applications and how these problems can be addressed, as well as how the cloud can be leveraged in order to scale tests and enhance data distribution. The company publishes NeoLoad, a solution for load- and performance-testing internet and mobile applications. The solution's advanced features and cloud-enabled scalability help testers design and run realistic and complex test scenarios and campaigns.
OnyxWall provides hosting and outsourcing solutions to fulfil the needs of the company's clients, allowing these clients to reduce hosting costs. OnyxWall defines tailor-made solutions, while implementing the cloud model, including platform as a service (PaaS), SaaS, infrastructure as a service (IaaS) or a hybrid solutions.
Expanding in the UK, Oodrive is a pioneering software publisher for SaaS that develops secure online file-management solutions for businesses. The company has created a full range of secure file-sharing and online collaborative solutions for both SMEs and multinational companies in order to meet varying requirements. Oodrive has over 14,500 customers and 1,000,000 users in more than 90 countries.
Outscale is one of the most successful providers of cloud IaaS in France, delivering flexible, automated and on-demand virtual machines. The company has developed a cloud platform that provides application programming interfaces (APIs) which are compatible with the cloud market leaders, while offering its clients support to deploy their projects in the cloud. Outscale is located in Paris (France) and has cloud infrastructures in France and the USA.
Founded in 2012, SanSentinel is a software publisher that works independently of storage manufacturers. The company offers a cloud SaaS solution that meets the economic constraints of the storage resource management (SRM) market. SanSentinel enables companies to control better as a service their entire storage infrastructure, quickly, simply and cost-effectively. Large companies use SanSentinel's Sentinel Navigator software to manage storage in Europe, Asia and the US.
The Solocal Group is the French leader in local communication. The Group offers three complementary activities: content editing, media services, and advertising consultation and management. The Group also provides a range of services for its clients, including those that allow end-users to locate and contact a business colleague, obtain an itinerary or visit a boutique. Solocal will exhibit along with two of the Group's subsidiaries, Leadperformance and Timendo, which are listed below.
Leadperformance provides BRIDGE, an SaaS solution that is built on the latest technology and designed to build stronger relationships between consumers, brands' websites and the reseller network. With its Store Locator, Product Locator, Click & Collect, Local Desktop and Coupon features, BRIDGE helps dealers and resellers to increase revenue by bringing web visitors into store. BRIDGE also improves the client experience by creating a fluid connection between the online and offline worlds.
Founded in 2006, Timendo is a leader in online appointment-booking software. The company provides a tailor-made, fast and easy-to-use solution that meets the specific needs of all businesses, including large companies, SMEs, self-employed professionals and public bodies. In 2013, Timendo will bring to the UK market a full-service solution that allows businesses to convert effectively an online audience into offline customers.
Systancia, a software publisher, is gradually emerging as a European leader for application centralisation and desktop virtualisation. This success is thanks to the company's high-quality products and customer service, as well as the company's capacity for innovation. With support from, Caisse des Dépôts, France's public-sector financial institution, Systancia has begun international development.
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 950 at Cloud World Forum. The trade show will take place from 26 to 27 June 2013 at the National Hall in the Olympia exhibition centre, in central London (UK).
On 28 June, six of the companies will attend a seminar on Cloud computing and B2B meetings organised by UBIFRANCE at the Camden Court Hotel, Dublin. Bittle, NEOTYS, OnyxWall, Outscale, Solocal Group (including both Leadperformance and Timendo) and Systancia will attend the event in Dublin. For further information, please contact Katherine Woods, Press Officer at the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London.
For further information about Cloud World Forum, please go to: http://www.cloudwf.com/
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