Corda launches integrator program

In a bid to expand the company's presence in the federal and commercial markets, officials at Corda Technologies Inc. have launched a program to form partnerships with systems integrators. The first integrator to come aboard is Edgewater Technology Inc., according to officials at both companies.

Corda develops Web-based charting and mapping technologies, with an emphasis on making the software useful to visually impaired users. Its products mine databases and present the information on a map or a chart.

Neal Williams, Corda's chief executive officer, said Edgewater has a tremendous line of existing customer relationships that offers new opportunities for Corda.

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