Seisint, Inc.

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Seisint, Inc. of Boca Raton, FL, operates the Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange Program.

Senior Management

Board of Directors

Accenture and Seisint Form Strategic Alliance to Help Organizations Unlock the Power of Data, New York and Boca Raton, FL, February 28, 2001.


Seisint, Inc.
6601 Park of Commerce Blvd.
Boca Raton, Florida 33487
Toll-Free 1.866.SEISINT
Tel: 561.999.4400
Fax: 561.999.4444

June 28, 1999: "Hank Asher, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of (formerly Indar) also the founder of Database Technologies, a $500 million company built on Clarion technology."

From "The (very unofficial) History of JPI, Clarion and SoftVelocity":

"One big Clarion customer in the early 90's, just across the road from the TopSpeed office, was Database Technologies. DBT specializes in storing very large quantities of data, including drivers license numbers and credit histories, and allows insurance companies, law firms, private investigators, and law enforcement and government agencies to search its database. DBT initially recruited from TopSpeed, and a number of people did move across the street from TopSpeed to DBT.
"In 1998 another large data processing company emerged in Florida. eData was founded by the same man, Hank Asher, who had originally started DBT, and as such eData based it's original technology on that used by DBT - Clarion. From somewhere (venture capital? personal savings?) eData acquired a lot of backing, and started heavily recruiting Clarion programmers, paying substantial salaries and costs for developers to move to Florida to work for them."
eData had changed its name to Seisint, Inc. by September 2000.[6]

Other Related SourceWatch Resources

1. LexisNexis Media Relations - July 14, 2004 News Release Located in: Company Information Reed Elsevier Announces The Acquisition Of Seisint, Inc. For $775 Million

2. LexisNexis Media Relations - September 01, 2004 News Release Located in: Company Information LexisNexis Completes Acquisition of Seisint, Inc.

Lexix Nexis is part of Reed Elsevier a massive international publishing / information group with offices in over 100 countries.

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