Datawatch Corporation (Nasdaq:DWCH), today announced it has been included in CRN’s Big Data 100 for the second consecutive year, ranking it among the top Big Data solutions in the Business Analytics category. CRN’s Big Data 100 is an annual list based on feedback from service providers throughout the course of the year. It ranks companies based on channel influence, effectiveness and visibility, reputation for innovation and business/sales impact. The list is comprised of three categories: Business Analytics; Data Management; and Infrastructure, Tools & Services.
Big Data has been one of the top IT initiatives for several years and is only expected to grow as organizations realize the value in analyzing the large quantities of data available to users from a wide variety of sources. Datawatch provides users with a unique all-inclusive approach to visual analytics – offering users not only sophisticated tools for self-service data preparation, but also the ability to visualize data in real-time.
“Big Data is clearly the umbrella under which many data initiatives are labelled. We are proud to be named among the top solution providers in the space by a well-respected outlet like CRN and service providers that comprise their readership,” said Dan Potter, chief marketing officer at Datawatch. “These are the people who work closely with our customers, and whose reputations rely heavily on the products they recommend. It is a real honor.”
About Datawatch Corporation
Datawatch Corporation (Nasdaq:DWCH) provides the only Managed Analytics Platform to leverage any data at any speed – delivering valuable insights for improving business. The unique ability to acquire, prepare, and transform data from structured and multi-structured sources such as PDF and log files, as well as real-time streaming data, into visually rich analytic applications allows users to dynamically discover key factors that impact any operational aspect of their business. This ability to perform visual discovery against any data at any speed sets Datawatch apart in the big data and visualization markets. Organizations of every size, worldwide use Datawatch products, including 93 of the Fortune 100. Datawatch is headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts with offices in New York, London, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Singapore, Melbourne, and Manila and with partners and customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. See the Whole Story for yourself by downloading the free trial at www.datawatch.com/free-trial.
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