Paris, August 31st, 2012 – Kwaga, the creator of the online service WriteThat.name that automatically updated the Gmail/Google Apps address book, will participate in the SAP Paris Startup Forum held on September 6, 2012 in the SAP France Immeuble Défense Plaza in Paris, la Défense 9.
A true crossroads for innovative solutions, the SAP Startup Paris Forum brings together startup experts in field of both applications and big data.
SAP identifies promising startups who are interested in developing their solutions on top of the SAP HANA (SAP High-Performance Analytic Appliance) enterprise application platform . The SAP HANA platform is based on an in-memory technology that allows to analyze management operations that rely on massive volumes of structured and unstructured data. Companies can explore and analyze their transactional and analytic data in real-time, whatever the source. Operational data is instantaneously captured into memory, while flexible views generate an analytical presentation of analytical data in record time.
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Philippe Laval, CEO of Kwaga, will present the activity of his company and flagship service WriteThat.name at the forum. He explains, “For us, the forum is an occasion to present our WriteThat.name service to larger businesses and to meet experts in the field – to share and interact with them will be a substantially rewarding experience!”
WriteThat.Name is a service that automatically updates the contacts in the address books of Gmail, Google Apps, Lotus Notes and Outlook using semantic recognition to identify and extract meaningful nuggets nested in email signatures, whether it be a change to a telephone number, email address, mailing address, etc. These changes are immediately identified and updated in the address book as well as the most popular CRM solutions in the market.