Analytics startup BeyondCore has raised $9 million for its technology that can analyze complex data sets and automatically highlight the strongest correlations. It’s a promising capability assuming companies are willing to open up analytics across the organization.
If the big data era is really going to revolutionize our world, visualizations that let more people make sense of data will be critical. Here are six startups trying to change how we interact with and look at our data.
Wrapping up the first day of GigaOM’s 2013 Structure:Data conference, entrepreneurs from six startups talked about big ideas that show ideals for how to derive valuable insights from large sets of data.
Eight years after forming, a startup called BeyondCore is finally launching publicly with a product it claims can revolutionize analytics. Rather than making analysts search for the needle in the haystack, BeyondCore says it remove the human element and deliver that needle on a silver platter.
With its new SplitSecure technology, Structure 2011 LaunchPad finalist BeyondCore is trying to prove that companies processing sensitive data don’t have to be afraid of cloud computing. The company has actually been around since 2003, but SplitSecure represents its first foray into the cloud.
Our 12 LaunchPad finalists — Acunu, Beyondcore, BigSwitch, Cloudability, CloudFloor, DotCloud, GenieDB, PHP Fog, Real-Status, vCider and Zerto — reflect the growing maturity in the cloud space