Data Cleansing

Big Data = Big Data quality issues:

  • legacy systems with different business rules, data models, or formats
  • inconsistent application usage
  • sources providing free text/unstructured data

We offer data laundry services through statistical data cleansing also using the very latest in statistical semantic technology to clean structured and unstructured data.

We de-duplicate, merge, rebuild, structure, normalize, enrich and verify your data so it is clean for further use.

Our services will support you in migrating from legacy systems, keeping your ERP, CRM, and MDM data clean, extracting data from unstructured sources, merging with external data, exporting to other platforms, etc...

Pattern recognition & Predictive analytics

Is this an incident, or do we have a real issue here?

Thousands of professionals in all sorts of businesses face this question every day. Those professionals are probably supported in their work by one of the many fancy Business Intelligence tools on the market today. Tools that often promise a lot of powerful insights and analytics 'at the touch of a button', and relief from all that manual work. And of course there is aways Excel. So what can possibly go wrong? More than you want to know...

The data size of an average organization is growing enormously, and that won't change any time soon

In an age where almost every system is connected and delivers real-time data, it's hard to keep an eye on stuff that really matters.

Versioning & Industry 4.0

Product data is everywhere in your organization. But how do you make sure that the right people (R&D, Purchasing, Sales, etc.) can access accurate product data on demand so they can take proper action?
Master Data Management (MDM) has the goal to unify any amount of data - from customers to products to suppliers and beyond – into a unified, actionable “version of the truth.”

IoT & management of connectivity

Internet of Things; a blessing or just another tech buzz-word?

If misunderstood, it’s probably the latter

You need a plan

By 2020, the world will see an average of 7 connected devices per person (approx. 7.6 billion people having 50 billion devices).