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FileTek and SeiScan GeoData Sign Agreement

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FileTek, Inc., a data storage and access management systems provider announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with SeiScan GeoData Ltd., a geoscience contractor serving the oil and gas industry. The agreement provides for the joint sales, marketing and delivery of FileTek's StorHouse and Cetera products, integrated with SeiScan GeoData's Magma and GeoServe technologies.

According the companies, the combined solutions offer oil and gas companies or their contractors a fast vehicle to access and retrieve geotechnical data at the granular level. This targets the actual data required and eliminates the need for processes such as polycut, because data is structured on a common depth point/trace-by-trace basis. In this case, the resulting CDP-enabled archive allows direct access to data, which will enhance retrieval and delivery. With more data being made available via the e-commerce world, the speed and transfer of information becomes ever more critical. These advantages will be seen throughout all data types including navigation, well, topographical and cultural.

FileTek has appointed Jeffrey Maskell, Client Services Manager, to spearhead the company's efforts within the oil and gas industry and also to manage the SeiScan GeoData relationship.

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