Novetta Entity Analytics has been recognized by leading independent research firm; the Bloor Group, in Top 10 Companies and Technologies to Watch in 2016.
The Bloor Group produces objective, high-quality analysis of enterprise technology products and services and each year Chief Analyst Robin Bloor recognizes ten new, innovative technologies. And with organizations seeking optimal leverage of big data initiatives with Hadoop, this year’s list includes several big data analytics tools, so we’re honored for Novetta Entity Analytics to be recognized.
Chief Analyst Robin Bloor describes entity analytics as “the branch of data analytics that organizes and unifies data entities (like people, products, etc.) to provide a single view.” The key benefit of entity resolution is its disambiguation of multiple records with various data sources and types. We dive into a few examples of entity-resolved data, including enterprise search applications, complex data warehouse queries, and simplified link analysis visualizations in our blog How Entity-Resolved Data Dramatically Improves Analytics.
Novetta Entity Analytics is flexible in deployment and analysis. Customers can deploy on Hadoop premise or in the cloud on Cloudera, Hortonworks, or Pivotal Hadoop distributions and avoid disrupting operational systems. It’s designed for both novices and experts, empowers a broad range of analytics applications and supports data types regardless of schema, which ensures optimal support across different departments, workflows, and use cases. Watch the 100-second video: Going Beyond Big Data.
At Novetta, we’re a powerhouse of innovators addicted to creating, developing, and deploying the world’s most cutting edge advanced analytics. We’re banded together by a love of technology and pride ourselves on designing solutions to enormous challenges. As more and more enterprise leaders are tasked with extracting actionable insights from massive quantities of data from an ever-growing list of sources, we agree with Robin, “If you don’t know what entity analytics is, you probably should.”
Interested in more from The Bloor Group? Register for their upcoming live webinar on drawing meaningful connections between business processes and Big Data: The Matrices of Meaning: Connecting the Dots within Hadoop.