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LONDON, 12 August 2003: Entelegen has signed an agreement with Thales e-Security under which Entelegen will provide consultancy services to help boost sales of their security solutions to the banking industry in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Thales e-Security is a responsive, innovative global specialist in security solutions for electronic payments and high value transactions by business and government. Combining in-depth hardware and software skills and proven understanding of business processes and applications, Thales e-Security has a strong track record in security for three distinct areas:

- Card payments industry
- eSecurity
- Network Security

"We are delighted to be working with Thales, one of the leading vendors in industrial- and military-strength security for businesses," says Ian Hendry, director and co-founder of Entelegen. "Our own background in information security and the proven track records we have as individuals in this sector means Entelegen's staff are ideally positioned to start adding value for Thales from Day One. There is no question that our market and product knowledge will perfectly complement that of Thales' existing sales team, adding to their bandwidth and boosting productivity. We look forward to the challenge with relish!"

Entelegen is rapidly becoming Europe's leading provider of outsourced management, market acceleration, business development and sales solutions to technology companies establishing or re-establishing an international market presence. Clients include the BBC and Samsung as well as several leading specialist software vendors.

More information is available at the Entelegen website ( or by contacting Ian Hendry, director, at or on +44 (0)1252 720 635.

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