More discussion on the integration sphere of Big Data.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as Diyotta.
Sanjay Vyas: I should probably call myself not just an entrepreneur but more as a data entrepreneur. Right from the start of my career, I have been involved in building data ecosystems and architecture around data. I am fascinated by analytics and business intelligence.>>>
Terrific PaaS strategy! Osama explains a bunch of use cases that are opportunities for entrepreneurs to build new companies.
All are drawn from their customers.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by having you introduce yourself as well as Incorta.>>>
Eastbanc Technologies is a services company that has spun off a number of product companies based on their services business. More recently, their focus has been on AI and Big Data.
Sramana Mitra: If you would please set some context about Eastbanc Technologies to start off this interview, that would be ideal.>>>
This is an excellent discussion on visualization products in the Big Data space and the gaps that could be filled by new entrepreneurs.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to Gramener.
Ganes Kesari: I have 16 years of experience in technology and half of that has been as an entrepreneur in the data science industry. In the early part of my career, I focused on driving strategic technology initiatives for clients like General Electric and AT&T.>>>
Complex search queries remains a tricky arena. Read on to learn more.
Sramana Mitra: If you could provide us with some background about yourself as well as Signafire to start us off, that would be great.
Marc Alacqua: I’m the CEO and Co-Founder of Signafire. Steve Davis is one of my partners and also Co-Founder. I come from the military world. The origins of our company are from that world. I’m an ex-army officer and worked in special operations. Signafire was born out of the post-9/11 world where there was a mandate in the intelligence world to break down the silos of data across various >>>
Harry says, there are nothing but open problems in his space, and highlights some of them! Read on to see what may warrant a new company.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to Periscope.
Harry Glaser: I’m the Co-Founder and CEO of Periscope Data. Periscope is about five years old. We now have about a thousand customers and we make a platform for data professionals. That’s teams of data analysts, data scientists, and data engineers. We bring those folks together and enable them to really accelerate and turbo charge the kinds of analysis that they >>>
Peter provides some excellent insights into open problems around which new entrepreneurs can build companies.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by having you introduce yourself as well as Instaclustr to our audience.
Peter Nichol: I’m the CEO of Instaclustr. I’ve been CEO and various other positions in the technology industry for nearly 30 years. I’m based in Silicon Valley. Instaclustr is a company that was founded in Australia in 2013 about four years ago. We focus on providing Database-as-a-Service to our customers with a specific focus on not just open source technology starting with Cassandra but >>>
A point of view on Big Data from Australia.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as QSR. Please set some context for us.
Chris Astle: Thank you for inviting me to participate. I’m the CEO of QSR International. QSR International is a software publisher of a product called NVivo. We provide software that helps organizations look at the human aspects of their data and help them to understand the insights that make decisions powerful. Our business is 30 years young. We originally came out of a university here in Australia. >>>
This discussion highlights a set of open problems in Big Data.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to Search Technologies.
Paul Nelson: I’m the Chief Architect for Search Technologies. Search Technologies is a global search engine and Big Data firm. We specialize in search engines, search engine installation, and anything related to data processing. We have some 200 consultants around the world, and we also do a bit of product development usually to fill in key missing components in the industry. >>>
This discussion focuses on Big Data in the real estate industry.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself and Ten-X.
Sheridan Hitchens: I’ve been in the industry for about 20 years. I started off my career with Procter & Gamble. I was in strategy consulting for a long while. For the last 12 years, I’ve been in the Internet space, primarily in leading product and data groups.
For the last five years, I’ve been heading up our data products group at Ten-X, formerly called auction.com. That >>>
Ashish focuses on Big Data in Life Sciences.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to Axtria.
Ashish Sharma: Thanks for the opportunity. Axtria is a global Big Data analytics company. Our main focus is around the life sciences and financial services industries. In those two focus areas, we empower them to optimize their business strategies or their investments by optimizing their investment around both Big Data and advanced analytics. >>>
Today the significant opportunities for entrepreneurship currently exist in the application layer of the Big Data industry. The platforms and plumbing are already in place.
The most exciting opportunities are going to be available to those entrepreneurs who harness the power of big data, but couple it with intense domain knowledge in specific areas of business. These five thought leaders are good examples of how to do that.
Marketing technologies are hot these days, and Metamarkets is doing some cutting edge analytics in the media buying area. Very interesting.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to Metamarkets and yourself.
Mike Driscoll: I’m the CEO and Founder of Metamarkets. We are a SaaS software platform that provides interactive analytics to the roles of leading programmatic media buying companies like AOL and Twitter. These companies use us to provide interactive analytics both internally and to buyers and sellers on their digital advertising markets. >>>
The online lending industry is going through rapid changes with the advent of big data and machine learning in processing loan applications. Krishna discusses OnDeck’s workings.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start with talking a bit about yourself in setting some context, and also introduce our audience to what OnDeck is doing in the realm of Big Data.
Krishna Venkatraman: Let me tell you a bit about myself. I joined OnDeck in October of 2013 as the leader for the data analytics organisation. I hadn’t really heard of OnDeck until I first talked to them. I found their value proposition fascinating. There was this huge unmet need among small businesses when they were looking for capital. >>>
Have you noticed that your credit card sometimes declines transactions or flags fraud alerts? This conversation will help you understand the backstory of that workflow and potentially trigger other ideas in that domain.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start with introducing our audience to yourself as well as to FICO.
Scott Zoldi: I’m the Chief Analyst Officer at FICO. I’ve been with FICO for 17 years. Today I have responsibility for all the analytics products and technologies that we use within our products. FICO, as a company, is 60 years old, and is well known for the analytics that we deliver to make better decisions for companies. The main thing that we offer is the FICO score. It’s a score that’s used in lending decisions as well as fraud detection. >>>