Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Cambridge Semantics will be presenting a series of case study sessions at SemTechBiz 2012 in New York City next week. Highlighting successful applications of Semantic Web technology, Cambridge Semantics co-founder Lee Feigenbaum will discuss use cases in both the pharmaceutical and financial services sectors. In addition, co-founder and CTO Sean Martin will present alongside David Saul, Chief Scientist at State Street Corporation discussing how semantic technology can impact big data. To learn more about these sessions visit http://www.cambridgesemantics.com or http://semtechbiznyc2012.semanticweb.com.
During the event Cambridge Semantics will also be demonstrating Anzo, an open platform for building Unified Information Applications, at booth #9. Based upon Semantic Web open technology standards, Anzo gives both IT and end users the tools they need to bring any data together to solve specific business problems. To learn more about Anzo and how customers across industries are using it to rapidly discover, understand, combine, and act on data from diverse sources within and across organizational boundaries visit http://www.cambridgesemantics.com.
About Cambridge Semantics
Cambridge Semantics is the leading provider of semantic data management software for the enterprise that is designed to bridge the gap between business processes and data-driven business intelligence. Enterprises face an increasing need to quickly combine diverse data that crosses organizational boundaries in order to make better decisions and improve process efficiencies every day. Our Anzo software lets business users search for, virtualize, analyze, act on, and make decisions with any internal or external, structured or unstructured data. Based on the revolutionary flexibility of Semantic Web technologies, Anzo provides unprecedented ease-of-use, speed of implementation, and operational business process integration for just about any formal or informal business activity.
To learn more about Cambridge Semantics visit http://www.cambridgesemantics.com and check out our blog “Enterprise Semantics” or follow us on Twitter @CamSemantics.