Traditional analytic & data warehouse systems are struggling to keep up with the volume, velocity and variety of big data.
Rockville, MD (PRWEB) June 12, 2013
Appfluent Technology Inc., a provider of data usage analytics solutions for data warehousing and big data, today announced that Gary Voight has joined the company’s board of directors. Voight has thirty years of experience in leading large corporations and industry-changing startups. He currently serves as the President and CEO at CorasWorks Corporation, which provides applications for the Microsoft SharePoint platform.
"Gary’s knowledge of evolving industry technologies and wealth of experience scaling technology companies make him an excellent addition to the Appfluent board,” said Frank Gelbart, CEO of Appfluent. “Our team will benefit significantly from Gary’s strengths and perspective.”
"Organizations are looking to gain competitive advantage from the massive amounts of data they collect process and analyze" said Voight. “Traditional analytic and data warehouse systems are struggling to keep up with the volume, velocity and variety of big data. Appfluent is enabling leading enterprises to dramatically reduce data warehouse costs, improve efficiency and boost performance.”
Appfluent was recently named one of “100 Companies that Matter Most in Data” by Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) magazine. The company is committed is to help businesses significantly decrease their data warehouse costs by pinpointing underutilized data, optimizing the most frequently used data and enabling them to make the smart move to Hadoop and Big Data.
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Appfluent provides IT organizations with unprecedented visibility into usage and performance of data warehouse and business intelligence systems. IT decision makers can view exactly which enterprise data is being used or not used, determine how business intelligence is performing and identify causes of database performance issues. With Appfluent, customers can address exploding data growth and start the smart move to Hadoop and Big Data.
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