Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2011
Glassbeam, the innovative product analytics vendor, today announced that SiliconIndia has included Glassbeam in the "SI 100, 2011” annual listing of the top 100 technology companies founded and managed by Indians in the U.S. Further, Glassbeam was also listed amongst the Top 10 Enterprise Software Companies for 2011.
"We are proud to recognize Glassbeam as one of the Top 10 Enterprise Software Companies in si100 2011. The si100 list recognizes game-changing U.S.-based technology companies founded by Indian entrepreneurs. Glassbeam was selected by a distinguished panel of C-level executives at public companies, venture capitalists, industry analysts and other distinguished entrepreneurs for its innovation, proven success / market potential, commercialization, stakeholder value, and media buzz," says Harvi Sachar, Publisher & Founder, Siliconindia.
Glassbeam's technology enables manufacturers of compute-centric technologies to gain insights from massive quantities of semi-structured product operational data, such as log data, contained in any intelligent device. The solution converts this data into actionable information using a unique technology that scales to analyze terabytes of data using next generation data warehousing techniques. It is applicable to companies across multiple verticals such as servers, storage, networking, software, telecom, and medical devices.
“SiliconIndia rightly characterizes Glassbeam as a provider of ground-breaking product analytics solutions” said Puneet Pandit, CEO, Glassbeam. “Our technology is uniquely capable of assimilating and analyzing product operational data and presenting this in a format that enables Technology manufacturers considerably enhance the productivity of their sales, support and engineering organizations.”
Glassbeam is the first company to provide a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for product analytics – an automated, highly visual solution to help equipment manufacturers unlock the business value of operational data that is either routinely communicated back to their organizations via "call-home" capabilities or collected as "support bundles" whenever devices experience issues at customer sites. To learn more visit http://www.glassbeam.com.