Named to CRN's 2017 Big Data 100 List and included in CRN’s 50 Coolest Business Analytics Vendors
“We’ve always been impressed by Zoomdata’s visualization capabilities, which, courtesy of its micro-query architecture, enable visualizations to evolve in the front of the user’s eyes as the query is processed. Zoomdata's ability to query multiple data stores at once, and ‘Spark them’ for additional performance, makes Zoomdata as a visual-analysis environment shine more brightly.
“Zoomdata offers government agencies a universal and open platform that can be used for visual analytics across all types of different data systems”.
“There are many BI tools that work with Cloudera, but what’s so special about Zoomdata is that it integrates with all sub systems in a unified way within the Cloudera stack.”
"Impexium contains a seemingly endless amount of historical, financial, social and demographic data on members, former members, prospects and more. That's a lot of data. But, this data is useless unless it tells a story and enhances our customer’s ability to drive desired results. Zoomdata will help Impexium’s customers unlock the value hidden in their membership data.”
“Initially, we were attracted by the ease in which we could embed Zoomdata into Impexium’s platform. The ease of use in building and creating visualizations combined with Zoomdata’s deep feature set, such as the ability to drill down into the underlying data sources, allows all levels of the association to access the real-time insights required to respond to changing market conditions and drive results. Zoomdata enables Impexium’s customers to better understand the “why” and not just the “what” of their membership data. We’re really excited to offer flexible but powerful analytics and visualization tools to help associations achieve new levels of value and insight from their existing data and IT investments.”
"We rely on Zoomdata to help our clients quickly unlock insights by effectively lowering the barrier to deep data exploration. Zoomdata is an ideal solution to help federal customers turn these challenges into opportunities.”
“Big data is disrupting consumer markets in every industry, including media and communications. Zoomdata is at the cutting edge of helping organizations make sense of that big data through its unique visual analytics solution on a modern data architecture.”
"We have not seen a technology as potentially disruptive as Zoomdata's in this space. We quickly realized that the Zoomdata team is going to revolutionize the speed and ease of how users consume and interact with data. They have taken a fresh approach to the traditional query-response model that gives users access to their legacy data assets and their new big data investments."
“Zoomdata has one of the most innovative solutions offered by a direct query vendor. Its patented “data sharpening” feature works like video streaming technology. It visually projects query results in real-time and “sharpens” or dynamically updates the results until the query completes. Meanwhile, users can view and interact with the visual representation of the data as the query resolves, providing real-time access and analysis against petabytes of data”
“Zoomdata’s focus on speed also makes its platform well-equipped to handle streaming data like social interactions. The software packs a dedicated workbench for processing such fast-moving information that enables analysts to see how their visualizations evolve in real-time and rewind the clock in order to trace trend lines. It’s even possible to change the speed at which the timeline progresses for easier viewing.”
“Zoomdata’s visualization capabilities are impressive, especially the results of the microquery architecture, which enables visualizations to evolve in front of the user’s eyes as the query is processed. We also anticipate growing interest in technologies that enable users to analyze data in multiple data stores without data movement, and look forward to hearing more about its Data Fusion plans.”
“Zoomdata’s platform allows even non-data scientist users to see “big” data in ways that are more useful by making it “small” (e.g. digestible) and contextual. This is a revolutionary shift away from yesterday’s analytics and BI tools that were designed for data scientists, requiring complex data mapping and other complicated steps before business users could explore data. Zoomdata is changing the paradigm by enabling users to visually consume data in mere seconds and unlock business-shifting insights.”
“In today’s fast-paced, evolving financial marketplace, data is at the core of everything we do. We are excited to work with Zoomdata as they continue to develop products that enable clients to extract real value through intelligent analysis of financial data.”
“There's a lot of potential in Zoomdata for intelligence agencies. The analysts who have to formulate plans and policies aren't necessarily data and statistics experts, but intelligence agents, administrators and politicians have a vital need to understand the the torrent of information collected non-stop. Transforming that information into an image any decision makers can grasp quickly would speed up the process."
“There are many startups in this space and we've seen pretty much all of them. None of them had the scope of what Zoomdata's trying to do."
“Startup Zoomdata is getting attention for being the developers of the fastest visual analytics solution for Big Data. Their cutting edge technology allows its non-data scientist users to see data in more useful ways at a speed faster than anything else on the market today.”
"We can now analyze billions of quote transactions in seconds—instead of processing only a small subset over a seven-hour period. The time savings lets us respond almost instantly to quote requests, resulting in greater sales and enhanced service to both customers and agents. We’ve also reduced claims costs by £5-million (USD$7.1-million) thanks to enhanced fraud detection. And because we better understand our customers and can provide instant, accurate pricing, customer cancellation rates have been cut in half.”
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