ZEDventures—a San Jose, CA based company—has developed a streamlined platform and processes for collecting, visualizing and analyzing small and big data to help organizations make the most of their assets. Their proprietary solutions and products seamlessly integrate data and content from various sources into one user-friendly platform, while drawing on existing infrastructure to enhance efficiencies and reduce the ‘learning curve’ for users. “Through the platform, we combine the processes, roles, and standards in a way that maximize efficient big data and information usage and is easy to adapt within any organization. It is our goal to make companies data-driven, and we can facilitate that by making the process of getting and utilizing their data more seamless and approachable,” says Jeremy Stierwalt, SVP of Decision Science and Analytics at ZEDventures.
A recent Gartner report reveals that with 84 percent of IT managers who are analyzing unstructured data, there is a 30 percent increase in deploying data visualization tools this year. Beyond their product offerings, ZEDventures provides enhanced support and expert perspectives to help their clients make the most of their data.
Given our success in the services space with Big Data, Mobility and Analytics, it’s a natural progression to take what we’ve learned and productize our intellectual capital
ZEDventures has partnered with SAP, Tableau, Qlik, MicroStrategy, Amazon, Hadoop, and many others to build relationships with organizations helping companies become data-driven. Coupling those technologies with their own IP, ZEDventures now offers: The ZenOptics Platform, which is a Con¬tent and Big Data Delivery Platform, Infrastructure and Data Management Services, and Decision Science and Analytics Services to promote insights to actions.
For organizations looking to become more insightful, efficient and data-driven while preserving internal resources, ZEDventures offers a strategic partnership. The company serves several verticals like aerospace and defense, oil and gas, chemicals, consumer products, entertainment, and high tech.