Product Analytics is strategic to our success at OptiMedica. We have product operational data coming in from various countries. With Glassbeam's unique offering we can now leverage this operational data analyzing trends and patterns
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2009
Glassbeam announced today that global ophthalmic company OptiMedica has selected Glassbeam for mining its operational data.
A fast growing company that pioneered the field of pattern scanning technology with its PASCAL® Photocoagulator, OptiMedica chose Glassbeam to provide its management with an automated tool that provides immediate feedback on PASCAL usage patterns and trends worldwide. With Glassbeam product analytics, OptiMedica will be able to rapidly enhance product features, performance and usability to meet evolving customer needs.
"Product Analytics is strategic to our success at OptiMedica. We have product operational data coming in from various countries. With Glassbeam's unique offering we can now leverage this operational data analyzing trends and patterns," said Robert Eno, vice president of global marketing and international sales at OptiMedica.
Gathering real-time information from devices worldwide and understanding the various metrics and usage components, without an automated tool, are onerous and time consuming. Glassbeam's product analytics, delivered using an on-demand software-as-a-service(SaaS) subscription model, helps manufacturers realize immediate ROI across their support, services, product and engineering organizations by mining product operational data from their customer locations.
OptiMedica has adopted the following modules from the Glassbeam Product Analytics solution.
1.Glassbeam core platform:
a.SPL™: A next generation language and engine for defining transformation and rules for parsing semi-structured data such as log files.
b.Clearhive™" : A comprehensive datawarehouse that is generated automatically using SPL™, highly optimized for analytics and designed to scale and support terabytes of product operational data
a.Pre-defined analytics across the entire customer installed base showing trends and analysis across systems, sites and customers.
Glassbeam's technology enables hardware and software manufacturers to mine the massive quantities of product operational semi-structured data, such as log data, contained in any computing device or software. The solution converts the product operational data into actionable information using a unique technology that scales to analyze terabytes of data using next generation data warehousing techniques.
"Glassbeam's product analytics is invaluable for any manufacturer that has product operational data or log files generated by its product. We are excited to be working with a thought leader and a fast growing company like OptiMedica in helping them understand their products and scale to meet their growth," said Puneet Pandit, CEO of Glassbeam.
The Glassbeam solution is applicable to companies across multiple verticals such as software, servers, storage, networking, telecom, medical devices, energy and industrial sectors.
Based in Santa Clara, Calif., OptiMedica Corp. is a global ophthalmic company dedicated to advancing the practice of ophthalmology for the benefit of physicians and their patients. The company holds the exclusive license to the PASCAL Photocoagulator technology, which was originally developed at Stanford University. Since its market introduction in 2006, PASCAL photocoagulation procedures have been performed on more than one hundred thousands patients worldwide. OptiMedica is funded by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Alloy Ventures and DAG Ventures. For more information, please visit http://www.OptiMedica.com.
Based in Sunnyvale, Calif., Glassbeam is the first company to provide an on demand solution for product analytics - an automated, highly visual business intelligence solution to help equipment manufacturers unlock the business value of operational data that is routinely communicated back to their organizations via "call-home" capabilities. To learn more visit Glassbeam.