DBTA 100 2015 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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LexisNexis, a Member of Reed Elsevier
Mike Walsh, CEO, Global Legal; Mark  Kelsey, CEO, Risk Solutions

With more than 35 years of experience in managing big data and developing data technology platforms, LexisNexis is known for its legal, media, and online databases; as well as its data, technology, and analytics about people, businesses, and assets.

MapR Technologies, Inc.
John Schroeder, CEO & Co-Founder

MapR provides an enterprise-grade platform to support a broad set of mission-critical and real-time production uses. Its MapR Distribution including Apache Hadoop is available in three editions.


View From the Top by John Schroeder, CEO & Co-Founder, MapR Technologies

MapR has invested heavily from day one to create an enterprise-grade, trusted platform to support real-time applications. As the market continues to mature these unique capabilities of MapR will be the singular alternative.

More than 700 customers worldwide rely on MapR, including leading companies in financial services, advertising, media and entertainment, government, healthcare, manufacturing, retail and telecommunications. MapR is used today to perform over 100 billion ad auctions a day, study 96% of the U.S. internet traffic, and analyze over a trillion dollars in retail purchases. The examples go on and on across industries of how our customers are better able to increase revenue, reduce costs, and mitigate risk with on.

MarkLogic Corp.
Gary Bloom, CEO & President

Supporting a new generation of information applications, MarkLogic provides an enterprise NoSQL database platform to enable organizations to turn all data into valuable and actionable information.


View From the Top by  Gary Bloom, CEO, MarkLogic

The speed at which data requirements change is outpacing the application development lifecycle in the enterprise, creating enormous challenges for architects and CIOs who look to align IT strategy with needs of the business. Building on existing operational databases and familiar ETL tools, they’re dedicating ever-larger percentages of their budgets to normalize data and define schemas that can deal with change while maintaining the integrity of their mission-critical on.

McAfee—an Intel Company
Christopher Young, General Manager, Intel Security Group

Integrating antimalware, antispyware, and antivirus software with security management features, McAfee provides solutions and services to help secure systems and networks around the world for companies of all sizes.

Melissa Data Corp.
Raymond  F. Melissa, President & Founder

Melissa Data, a provider of data quality and integration products and services, offers a broad range of solutions spanning big data, data quality, integration, governance, and ETL.


View From the Top Bud Walker, Vice President of Enterprise Sales & Strategy, Melissa Data

Establishing Authoritative Customer Data with ID Verification & Fraud Prevention

The conflation of data today from social media, corporate websites, CRMs, market research, and other business sources presents a significant challenge for companies in verifying, storing and, ultimately, analyzing data.

For companies with an e-commerce presence, this challenge is exacerbated by the prevalence of fraud. According to a LexisNexis® study, “42% of U.S. mer¬chants who support online channels are reporting an increase in fraud” over the previous on.

MemSQL, Inc.
Eric Frenkiel, CEO & Co-Founder

Providing a purpose-built database for instant access to real-time and historical  data, MemSQL uses a SQL interface and a distributed architecture that runs on commodity hardware or in the cloud.

Microsoft Corp.
Satya Nadella, CEO

In the cloud and on-premise, Microsoft offers an array of technologies and solutions for businesses of all sizes, spanning desktop applications, relational database management technology, operating systems, search, and mobile devices.

MicroStrategy, Inc.
Michael Saylor, Chairman & CEO 

MicroStrategy provides analytics and identity management platforms, offered either on premises or in the cloud, with data connectors optimized for a range of sources, and mobile access.

MongoDB, Inc.
Dev Ittycheria, President and CEO

MongoDB, Inc., is the company behind MongoDB, a NoSQL database that uses a document data model that is similar to JSON to provide flexibility that allows development teams to evolve the data model rapidly as their application requirements change.

Neo Technology, Inc.
Emil Eifrem, CEO

Neo Technology is a provider of NoSQL graph databases and creator of the Neo4j, an enterprise database that combines native graph storage, scalable architecture, and ACID compliance to ensure predictability of relationship-based queries.

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