In addition to traditional dashboard type interface, we've added a twitter publishing capability so you can continue to get important updates when you can't have eye's on a dashboard.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 22, 2008
Sense & respond applications provide visibility of an organizations information driven processes and produce automated responses allowing team members to proactively resolve issues. Organizations that can benefit from sense & respond applications include manufacturers, logistics providers, service companies, and government agencies. With the EPCenter, organizations can create on demand Business Intelligence tools, process control and monitoring tools, or extend the value of mash-ups by adding event processing. The EPCenter eliminates the need for custom programming, can be driven by any web accessible data and allows organizations to set up sense and respond applications in hours or days rather than months.
"In addition to traditional dashboard type interface, we've added a twitter publishing capability so you can continue to get important updates when you can't have eye's on a dashboard." said David Hicks, CEO for DataComplex. "With the EPCenter you can also add sense and respond to your micro-blog to augment a social marketing program. For instance, automatically letting your customers know if a service is out, or forwarding a request for service upgrade to a customer service representative."
Using a graphical interface, business data can quickly be configured for use as a data stream and processed using EsperTech's event processing language. Queries can be set up to create simple alerts or sophisticated patterns can be employed to spot opportunities. When a query matches, the result can be delivered via email alerts, a twitter messaging system, graphical widgets incorporated into a companies web site, or even viewed on google maps or google earth.
The epcenter is a valuable information tool for companies that need to monitor data that shapes how they price products, manage inventories, and monitor business processes. Companies can use the epcenter platform to build their own event driven solutions or they can us DataComplex's support services to create custom solutions. "One of the solutions we've targeted is price monitoring for property management companies" says marketing director Michele Nestel. "These companies have varied inventory by features, type, location, and size. Pricing fluctuates according to market conditions, scarcity, and season, so the epcenter is the perfect tool for monitoring competitive pricing, availability, and other business metrics allowing a manager to set optimum pricing on a daily, weekly or monthly basis."
The EPCenter is hosted on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and S3 Storage Facility. The Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and S3 Storage Facility provide a state-of-the-art infrastructure to support the growing base of The EPCenter customers. With Amazon, The EPCenter is able to scale rapidly to meet demand and adjust capacity instantly to address peak loads. The EPCenter's move to the Amazon environment supports the continued expansion of the The EPCenter web application service with the release of the next version of the platform (announced today). Amazon has spent 11 years and over $2 billion building the infrastructure, technical knowledge, and operational excellence to operate a world class web-scale hosting infrastructure. Amazon Web Services provides the EPCenter with a reliable, scalable, and cost-effective infrastructure.
The EPCenter service is available today with a 2 week trail account. A three tiered subscription service allows companies to grow as their needs change. Members will have access to on-line support from DataComplex, as well as support forums and discussion groups with other EPCenter members. To register for a free 2 week trial, go to http://www.datacomplex.net. DataComplex will also be releasing several reference applications before years end. Reference applications will include a sense and respond application via twitter for customer service, location based applications for logistics, a data tracking and alerting systems, and others. For more information, visit the EPCenter application Gallery.
DataComplex created the EPCenter to enable knowledge workers to perform sophisticated analysis of their data as its happening and without having to write software. Resulting in a tool that can automatically find important circumstances and initiate actions necessary to address them. The EPCenter works as a standalone tool or as a data provider to other Web-based applications. DataComplex was founded in 2007 with a sharp focus, an event processing tool, and a wide angle, deliver it as a low cost online service, and is staffed by industry veterans and a creative software team. For more information, visit the company's web site at http://www.datacomplex.net.