Contextual Language Mapping

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Divining intelligence in the age of the proliferation of structured and unstructured data is as challenging as it is important. Since the invention of the computer, growing volumes of data have been analyzed for insight and value. Until IxReveal, experts could only analyze numbers and codes (database records). But text data, which includes letters, reports, Tweets, surveys, emails, memos, call center notes, blogs and web pages, video, and imagery now represents nearly 80% of all electronic data that is generated today.

Its uReveal product utilizes the company’s patented technology to detect and predict behavior, trends, patterns, ideas and relationships contained within the explosion ofboth unstructured and structured data.  Most importantly, the platform eliminates the cumbersome and costly process of extracting, transforming and loading data (ETL), reducing the need for expensive IT and shrinking headcount by as much as 40%.

iXreveal can set its tools to run according to a pre-determined schedule. Also, iXreveal refines its business rules by incorporating its various clients’ knowledge of their customers and industries.

This capability is embraced by many players in financial services, healthcare, law enforcement, the defense industry and governmental bodies that are determined to eradicate fraud, waste and abuse. Of course, there are other applications for iXreveal’s tools. For instance, the Company has been able to track the unintended consequences of the receipt of government grants by one state (e.g. targeted to Florida) creating jobs in other states (e.g. Michigan).

Contextual Language Mapping, 2.9 out of 5 based on 39 ratings

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