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Cambridge Semantics

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The Anzo Pharma Competitive Intelligence Solution Accelerator makes it easy to route targeted information to the right people at the right time from the right sources. These solutions are being used by R&D CI teams, business development and sourcing teams, marketing groups, and knowledge management teams to proactively deliver up-to-date and relevant information from desired information channels. The Anzo Pharma CI Solution Accelerator is far more flexible and extensible and can be up and running in a fraction of the time of other approaches.

The Cambridge Semantics Anzo Pharma Competitive Intelligence Solution is currently in use at some of the world’s top biopharma organizations where R&D teams, business development, marketing and knowledge management groups are tasked with delivering critical competitive intelligence information. Based on Semantic Web technologies, Cambridge Semantics delivers Unified Information Access (UIA) solutions that enable these groups...

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Algorithms.io

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Algorithms.io Inc. develops cloud-based software that helps midsize companies and app developers create new products and services without data science teams or expensive infrastructure. It provides machine learning software like that employed by companies including Netflix Inc. and Read more

Saas and Machine Learning
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Algorithms.io

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Algorithms.io Inc. develops cloud-based software that helps midsize companies and app developers create new products and services without data science teams or expensive infrastructure. It provides machine learning software like that employed by companies including Netflix Inc. and Read more

Ajay Bharatula

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2013-09-16

I have had the unique privilege of advisory role in Big Data technologies when they were called just a  Hype. I remember in 2011 when one of the leading CIO of a large Energy Utility company approached me for a pilot in Big Data product.

It turns out at that time he knew more about Big Data technologies then any executive I have met till now.

Usually it is always a executive education session whenever a new technology is in infancy ,be in Cloud computing in 2008, Enterprise Mobility in 2010-11 and Big Data now. As it turns out the CIO in case already had been sold ‘prototype’ licenses of big data technologies, he was convinced that if put to use in a right environment it can solve some of his massive data challenges.

He wanted me to help him identify the right use case, put together a technical team and help build a prototype to sell to his customer a.k.a Business.  I was able to meet all his objectives and...

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