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MphasiS is Integrien's partner

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Bangalore , May 4

MphasiS, a business process outsourcing firm, has become one of Integrien's core development partners and will sell and implement Integrien's flagship integrity management solution, Integrien Alive, on a global scale.

Through this partnership, MphasiS will be forming a "centre of excellence'' to apply Integrien Alive.

The two companies are now working on several financial services client opportunities.

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