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Cool Vendors in Information Innovation, 2015

by Jim Hare  |  April 7, 2015  |  Submit a Comment

Very cool! Gartner just published this year’s profile of four emerging vendors who offer unique approaches to managing and analyzing information:

  • Connotate, Integro, MapLarge, and SumAll.

Cool Vendors in Information Innovation:

  • Rely on a voluminous and varied flow of internal and external information sources such as email, social media, geolocation, open data and Web content.  
  • Introduce a strong dose of analytical processing to offer unique solutions for enabling deeper business insights.
  • Offer a range of solutions geared toward curating, layering or analyzing content.

These 2015 Cool Vendors offer innovative approaches to addressing perennial information needs along with the growing desire to harness big data. For organizations looking for ways to generate higher orders of business value from the wide range of information within and beyond their own walls, these vendors can be inspirational examples.

If you are a Gartner client, you can access the full report here.

Category: analytics  big-data  cool-vendors  

Tags: coolvendors  informationinnovation  analytics  

Jim Hare
Research VP
3 years at Gartner
24 years IT Industry

Jim Hare is a Research VP in Gartner's Technology & Service Provider group with primary focus on Analytics and Data Science. Read Full Bio




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