“Companies today need advanced analytics and machine learning, but they don’t have big teams of data scientists and engineers to build that -- they need these capabilities to be automated,” said Nova Spivack, CEO and Founder of Bottlenose, Inc
LOS ANGELES, CA (PRWEB) May 04, 2016
Bottlenose, the enterprise intelligence company, was recognized as a 2016 Cool Vendor by Gartner, the world's leading information technology research and advisory company. The Bottlenose Nerve Center platform offers a unified cloud-based solution for easily deploying machine learning and streaming analytics for the next-evolution of business intelligence across the enterprise. Nerve Center data mines streams of unstructured and structured data -- from a growing variety of public, commercial and first-party data sources -- and automatically discovers, reports, and visualizes actionable trends, relationships, and patterns.
Nerve Center includes a self-service data preparation engine, a cognitive computing engine, developer and data science tools, and a customizable browser-based smart data discovery application that’s easy and intuitive enough for anyone to use.
“We believe Gartner’s report validates much of what we have been seeing directly in the enterprise market – the need for anyone to easily access advanced AI capabilities for data discovery and analytics,” said Nova Spivack, CEO and Founder of Bottlenose, Inc. “Companies today need advanced analytics and machine learning, but they don’t have big teams of data scientists and engineers to build that -- they need these capabilities to be automated.”
Enterprise companies today face the challenge of analyzing overwhelming amounts of data, 80 percent of which is unstructured. There are simply not enough data scientists to meet growing demands. Bottlenose analyzes over 72 billion data records each day, allowing Fortune 1000 customers to detect trends, threats, and opportunities in vast amounts of unstructured and streaming data. Bottlenose enables executives and analysts to do the work of data scientists, a transformational change for enterprise business intelligence.
The Nerve Center platform can detect trends in public, commercial, and proprietary data. It offers unparalleled trend detection for the enterprise, analyzing over 1 million events per second from real-time streams of data including social media, traditional media outlets, live television and radio broadcasts. Nerve Center connects data sources with demographics on more than 500 million consumers, and proprietary psychographic analysis. The platform can also analyze any type of enterprise data, such as support data, CRM, email, transaction data, sensor data, IT data, Web analytics, and customer data.
To read the Cool Vendor Report on In-Memory Computing, please visit: https://bottlenose.com/gartner-cool-vendor.
To learn more about Bottlenose technology, visit: https://bottlenose.com.
Gartner, Cool Vendors in In-Memory Computing Technology, 2016, Massimo Pezzini, W. Roy Schulte, Yefim V. Natis, Terilyn Palanca, 25 April 2016
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Bottlenose provides the next-evolution of business intelligence. Our patented smart data discovery platform applies data-mining, machine learning and pattern detection to continuously analyze streams of data to discover emerging trends, threats and opportunities.
The company’s flagship product, Nerve Center®, provides a SaaS solution for enterprise analysts and strategists to monitor and understand the internal and external threats and opportunities affecting their business in real-time.
Bottlenose was founded in 2010 by serial entrepreneur Nova Spivack and big data technologist, Dominiek ter Heide. Bottlenose has offices in Los Angeles and New York City.
Learn more about Bottlenose here: http://bottlenose.com.