Cambridge Semantics Adds Keylines Network Visualization Tool
The move is designed to deliver new clarity to Big Data analytics.
Cambridge Semantics has announced the integration of its Anzo Smart Data Platform (Anzo SDP) with the KeyLines network visualization tool. The advancement will enable business analysts and IT professionals in Global 2000 companies to gain new “big picture” business insights from their big data queries on diverse data.
“The combination of our Anzo SDP semantic technology-driven solution and the KeyLines graph visualization technology enables our customers to enjoy fast, easy and accurate views of relationships, hierarchies and patterns within the data to facilitate better investigations, root cause analysis and new business insights,” said Alok Prasad, president of Cambridge Semantics.
“By embedding KeyLines’ visualization functionality into their Anzo SDP semantic technology, Cambridge Semantics has given their customers a whole new degree of big data clarity,” said Joe Parry, CEO of Cambridge Intelligence, the makers of KeyLines. “This kind of network visualization provides an intuitive and interactive way to understand data, allowing users to see how data points relate to each other in context. It’s a huge leap forward for companies wanting better ways to understand complex connected data.”
The combination of Cambridge Semantics’ Anzo SDP and Cambridge Intelligence’s KeyLines solution will especially benefit use cases in pharma and financial services including:
- Drug discovery – The ability to visualize the connection between research and results in this heavily data-driven process can help avoid effort duplication, identify gaps in understanding, and ensure discovery is more cost efficient.
- Clinical trials – Ensuring a conclusive trial is key to any drug’s success. Network visualization techniques can help find potential participants with the required profiles, analyze trial results and ensure overall vigilance.
- Compliance Surveillance– Link and visualize activities, web logs, email and phone archives, IM communications, and other sources to uncover potential violations of regulatory requirements as well as internal policies and procedures violations.
This article was originally posted “Cambridge Semantics Adds Keylines Network Visualization Tool” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.