August 11, 1997
[Fairfax, VA] Nautilus Systems, Inc. announced today that it had signed a strategic partnership agreement with CeKA Technologies, Inc., of Vienna, Virginia, for joint development of data mining / data warehousing opportunities. Nautilus Systems plans to leverage CeKA’s strengths in the telecommunications industry with the application of data mining of traffic flow and patterns. Nautilus Systems will assist CeKA in adding data mining to its client offerings through the establishment of a data mining laboratory and in the addition of qualified data mining staff.
About CeKA Technologies
CeKA Technologies, Inc. is an 8(a) certified small business focused on networking technologies and client/server application development. CeKA staff is expert in infrastructure development, from workflow analysis to distributed system and LAN/WAN network design and development. A particular specialty is the engineering of intranets, from network analysis from network analysis and design through server configuration and web application development, both client-based and server-based. As a software developer, CeKA designs and develops applications using the full suite of Oracle tools to develop distributed applications and link legacy and client/server systems. In addition, CeKA provides hardware and software sales to government and commercial clients.
About Nautilus Systems
Nautilus Systems, Inc., headquartered in Fairfax, VA delivers business consulting services focused on providing clients with a competitive edge from information revealed from corporate and publicly available data. Nautilus Systems is distinguished by its unique combination of technical expertise in the fields of geographic information systems, workflow modeling, large scale data analysis, data warehousing and data mining, and diverse computer systems and networks. This combination of experience and sophisticated technology allows Nautilus Systems to provide rapid and effective business consulting. For example, identifying trends in the sales of allergy and cold medication by geographic area by month saved a major pharmaceutical company over $2 million per year by adjusting the timing of allergy and cold medication reaching retail sales locations.