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Search Technologies Launches FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint Quick-Start Program
Date:7/6/2010

Fixed-Price Expert Services, Training & Rapid Deployment Package for the North American and European Markets

(PRWEB) July 6, 2010 -- Search Technologies, the leading independent provider of search engine integration services, announced today the launch of a new quick-start program for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 customers wishing to upgrade to FAST Search Server.

According to Kamran Khan, CEO of Search Technologies; “The new FAST Search Server packaging is a highly attractive option for SharePoint 2010 users who need sophisticated search functionality. FAST provides a very wide range of customization possibilities, and to maximize business productivity, FAST can be configured to the data environment and precise user community needs. Through our deep knowledge of FAST and our implementation experience across more than 100 major customer installations, we can help companies to get the most out of FAST Search Server quickly and efficiently.”

Since becoming FAST Partner of the Year in 2006, Search Technologies has delivered more than 25,000 consultant-days of implementation services to FAST customers. Further details of the FAST Search Server Quick-Start can be found at Search Technologies' web site

About Search Technologies
Search Technologies is the premier independent provider of search engine integration services. Operating internationally, Search Technologies helps clients to gain business advantage through search-based applications. Our technical team of more than 70 experts is the most experienced group of search implementation professionals globally, and this mitigates risk for our customers. In short, we are the experts at fine-tuning search applications to deliver business benefits.

www.searchtechnologies.com

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