Cambridge Semantics' Anzo platform is now available to enterprises in Australia and New Zealand through a partnership with Allinno, a systems integrator and consulting firm based in Australia.
Anzo is a modern data discovery and integration layer to connect and bring meaning to enterprise data from any system across the enterprise. Anzo uses a highly scalable in-memory semantic graph layer to create blended data products from multiple sources and retains business meaning and context to address specific business problems, enabling virtually anyone in an organization – from skilled data scientists to novice business users – to find, connect and blend any enterprise data into analytics-ready datasets.
“The market for graph and semantic technologies is growing exponentially as companies have recognized their value in solving the most complex data discovery and analytics challenges,” said Steve Dischinger, vice president of business development, Cambridge Semantics. “The integration of structured and unstructured data is key for enterprise data fabric success, and for providing rich analytics for advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence initiatives, which are fueling growth for Anzo. Our partnership with Allinno will benefit the many companies and organizations in Australia and New Zealand that are seeking modern data management and business analytics solutions.”
Cambridge Semantics’ products are used by customers in financial services, life sciences and the wider market where organizations need to gain greater insights to their operations using formal and informal data sources, such as the retail industry and government organizations.
For more information, visit www.cambridgesemantics.com and www.allinno.com.au.