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DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Informatica Corp.   
www.informatica.com           
Sohaib Abbasi, Chairman & CEO     
An independent provider of integration software,
Informatica offers products, solutions, and services that enable organizations to maximize their return on big data by helping them access, integrate, and manage data of any scale, from any source, and combine it to generate insights and value.

JackBe Corp.  
http://jackbe.com        
Ken Krieg, Executive Chairman        
A provider of “real-time actionable intelligence,” JackBe’s enterprise platform mashes and visualizes data into live dashboards for desktop, mobile, portals, and SharePoint, to help executives and operational managers make informed decisions to changes that can impact the business.

Kalido, Inc.    
www.kalido.com       
Bill Hewitt, CEO, President & Director        
Enabling companies to manage data as a shared enterprise asset by supporting the business process of data management, agile information management software provider Kalido offers solutions for data warehousing, asset management, business agility, data mart consolidation, and other business challenges.

Karmasphere, Inc.      
www.karmasphere.com         
Gail Ennis, CEO        
Karmasphere offers software for big data analytics on Hadoop. Helping organizations gain insight and leverage new business opportunities, the company seeks to enable massive amounts of customer interaction and product data from web, mobile, social, sensor, video, and call center channels to be analyzed affordably.

Kore Technologies     
www.koretech.com    
Ken Dickinson & Mark Dobransky, Co-Founders & Managing Partners   
A professional services and software development company, Kore specializes in extending the enterprise through integrated best-in-class solutions, including enterprise integration, business intelligence, and?ecommerce web solutions for MultiValue and Microsoft SQL Server databases.

Ken Dickinson, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Kore Technologies

View from the Top by Ken Dickinson, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Kore Technologies

Economic recessions are to the business cycle as wild fires are to a forest. They are dangerous but necessary to clear the overgrowth around the stronger trees and promote new life. When the 2008 recession hit, the stronger companies began strategically adapting to survive. Investing in Business Intelligence (“BI”) is one strategy that provides companies a way to look at their forest of data from a birds-eye view rather than through the trees. From this viewpoint, companies can identify their strengths and weaknesses and gain useful insights into their customers’ needs. Companies are also strategically re-thinking their eCommerce capabilities ... read on.

KXEN
www.kxen.com          
John Ball, CEO          
Enhancing companies’ use of predictive analytics to make better decisions on petabytes of big data, KXEN offers optimizations in speed and agility with every step in the customer life cycle—including acquisition,cross-sell,
upsell, retention,and next best activity.

Lavastorm Analytics  
www.lavastorm.com  
Drew Rockwell, CEO
Analytics software company Lavastorm provides visual tools to give users complete control over their data through an agile analytic environment that combines ETL and data integration, data analysis, and data visualization capabilities.

LexisNexis, A Member of Reed Elsevier  
www.lexisnexis.com  
Mike Walsh, CEO, Global Legal; Mark Kelsey, CEO, Risk Solutions   
A pioneer of online information services, LexisNexis is a global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions designed for professionals in the legal, risk management, corporate, government, law enforcement, accounting, and academic markets, serving customers in more than 100 countries.

Logi Analytics
(Formerly LogiXML) 
www.logianalytics.com         
Brett Jackson, President & CEO       
With a platform that provides a fast and easy way to create web-based BI applications, Logi Analytics’ technology is used by companies internally, and on an OEM basis by ISV and SaaS companies that seamlessly embed data visualizations directly in software and services.

LucidWorks   
www.lucidworks.com            
Paul Doscher, President & CEO        
LucidWorks provides an enterprise-grade embedded search development solution built on the power of the Apache Lucene/Solr open source search project.?A strong supporter of open source search, LucidWorks employs one quarter of the Core Committers to the Apache Lucene/Solr project.

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