Through bypassing the complex process of data normalization and ETL, we reduce the customers’ burden of being reliant on IT
Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, uReveal’s patented technologies enable users to harmonize vast amounts of data without costly and time-consuming extraction, transformation, or duplication. The company’s solution can turn any subject matter expert into a data scientist without having to understand the technological aspects of deriving data. This would allow them to establish business rules dynamically at the analysis level, and not at the code level. Charles Clarkson, Chairman and CEO of uReveal, states, “If you consider the current scenario of Big Data, there is data, the IT component in the middle, and then the user. We dramatically simplify the process because we allow the user to deal with the data directly by harmonizing disparate data with our software. From the user point of view, it’s quicker and more accurate, and they can use data in its natural form at a much lower cost.”
Ren Mohan, Co-Chairman & CTO comments, “You need not know the language called SQL, nor do you need to know SPARQL, or how joins are done. With our platform, any individual without technical knowledge can access the kind of data they are looking for.”
uReveal provides capabilities that support enterprisewide analysis and sharing of information and insights without the need to move data. The company’s clients include several federal agencies, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, multiple fusion centers and large financial institutions. A major agency implemented uReveal’s solution for its large ongoing audit review process. The agency had a team of analysts who dedicated their efforts to reviewing these audits. With uReveal’s solutions, the auditing process was automated and precise results were attained within a short span of 15 minutes, while the standard process took 30 days. Clarkson comments, “This process is not only auditing numbers or the quantitative part but it also deals with the qualitative part. We did the complete footnote analysis for the client—which is a critical component of any audit process—indicating the challenges and weaknesses of their report.”
The company is now diversifying by putting more emphasis on the non-government arena, with a particular focus on the financial and healthcare sectors.