ATLANTA, GA – April 23, 2013
Liaison Technologies, a global provider of secure cloud-based integration and data management services and solutions, announced today today their support and participation in Big Data Week 2013. This year, data communities across the world are coming together through hosted meet-ups, events, networking functions, data visualization demonstrations, debates, discussions and hackathons to provide a platform for educating, informing and inspiring individuals and organizations interested in Big Data. Liaison is especially excited to participate in the many events scheduled throughout the week during ‘Big Data Week – Atlanta’.
Big Data is not just about volume, but is also about the velocity, variety, and complexity of data collected and exchanged by all types of businesses. Without a way to expedite the accumulation and harmonization of both structured and unstructured information, organizations are challenged to find the best methods and practices for understanding and realizing the value that can be obtained from the analysis of their information.
”IDC Estimates that by 2020, business transactions on the internet-business-to-business and business-to-consumer – will reach 450 billion per day”, said Bruce Chen, CTO of Liaison Technologies. “Organizations, regardless of their industry, are going to experience Big Data challenges and will look to partners like Liaison to address their needs, enabling them to make actionable decisions based on their critical business information.”
Liaison has been solving the challenges of ‘Big Data’ for many years. As a cloud-based provider of integration and data management services, we have established a sophisticated infrastructure that enables our customers to collect data across multiple organizations, obtain access to structured and unstructured data and obtain a 360 degree visibility of their information through its lifecycle. For our customers, this means that their data can actually provide real-time, quantifiable value necessary for making key business decisions.
“While all industries are learning how to utilize Big Data, we are seeing major advances in the use and value of big data by healthcare and life sciences companies where there is a lot to be gained from better access and analysis of patient data.” said Gary Palgon, VP of Healthcare Solutions. “The amount of patient information is skyrocketing as electronic health records and input devices increasingly are used to capture data. Providing aggregation and harmonization of this information provides the foundation for quicker discovery and approval of drugs and improved patient outcomes, a win for everyone.”
Liaison Technologies is a global data management and integration company. It provides innovative solutions to integrate, transform, harmonize, manage and secure critical business data on-premise or in the cloud. With a comprehensive array of business-to-business and application-to-application integration and data transformation services, as well as on-premise and cloud-based data security solutions, Liaison’s practitioners implement data management infrastructures adapted to each client’s specific business requirements. Headquartered in Atlanta, Liaison has offices in the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.liaison.com.
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