Trak.io, a customer analytic service for tracking user interaction with apps, is coming out of beta. Trak.io announced today that it would be receiving a $150k investment from Kima Ventures. Trak.io is primarily targeted at tech startups. It allows companies to monitor and track their customers use of mobile and
Paxata was launched in October of 2013, after 18 months of preparation, to roll up the world of data cleaning. Ventana, a research firm, has found that around 40 – 60 % of a data scientist’s time is spent cleaning the data in preparation for later analysis. In order to
Blue Yonder sees its roots in the Large Hadron Collider. Prof. Dr. Michael Feindt founded the company in 2008 in Karlsruhe, focusing on Machine Learning algorithms to detect patterns in large quantities of data. NeuroBayes, the software package, was originally developed for scientific application but now finds commercial use.