I am often asked whether it is the vendors or the end users who are driving the Big Data market. I usually reply that both are. There are early adopters of any technology that push the vendors to evolve their own products and services. The vendors then show other companies what can be done with … Continue reading Four Vendor Views on Big Data and Big Data Analytics Part 1: Attensity
I was speaking to a client the other day. This company was very excited about tracking its brand using one of the many listening posts out on the market. As I sat listening to him, I couldn’t help but think that a) it was nice that his company could get its feet wet in social … Continue reading What about Analytics in Social Media monitoring?
Attensity Corporation announced today that it is joining forces with two other text analytics/information management companies, Living e and Empolis, to form a new company called Attensity Group focused on creating business user applications on top of sophisticated data and semantic analytics technology. According to Michelle de Haaff, CMO, the new combined company has software … Continue reading The Brave New World of Text Analytics Applications
I recently had an interesting conversation about classification and search with James Zubok, CFO of Brainware, Inc. Brainware is a Virginia based company that was once part of SER Systems AG, a former German ECM company. Brainware provides products that help companies extract information from unstructured and semi-structured documents, such as invoices, order forms, contracts, … Continue reading A different way to search?
I’ve been writing a lot about text analytics because I think it is a critical technology for deriving insight from unstructured data. Late last summer, Hurwitz & Associates published a report on Text Analytics. As part of our research, we surveyed companies that had deployed this technology, were planning to deploy the technology, or had … Continue reading Hear My Voice!