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Catching up with the increasingly popular ApplePay, Google Wallet has partnered with mobile payment processor Softcard. Softcard was launched in 2010 by Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T. Like Google Wallet and Apple Pay, it relies on near-field communications (NFC) for its mobile payments. As a result of the partnership with the

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MapR Technologies, Inc., the enterprise software provider that specialises in distribution for Apache™ Hadoop®, has come into an alliance with business analytics software innovator SAS, to combine powerful SAS analytics with production-ready Hadoop. MapR and SAS intend to carry out Hadoop integration, provide support of joint customers, and tap future

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Advanced analytics provider, Fractal Analytics, has formed a global strategic alliance with Loyalty Management giant, Aimia. As a result Aimia will invest an undisclosed sum for a single-digit stake in the firm as part of a strategic deal, thus increasing Aimia’s analytics capabilities, extending its customer insights to deliver a

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Metanautix, Big Data analytics startup coming out of stealth-mode, has raised $7 million Series A financing round, partnering with Sequoia Capital. The investment was also led by Stanford University endowment fund and Shiva Shivakumar, entrepreneur and former VP of engineering at Google. “Integrating the data supply chain has been a

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Global Media and Marketing Services Company Mindshare and Singapore based Big Data Analytics firm Crayon Data have engaged in an exclusive partnership to fuel up Mindshare’s planning, insights, and consultancy offering. Chairman of Mindshare’s Products, Partnerships & Services council and chief client officer APAC, Sudipto Roy noted, “One of today’s

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Apple and IBM on Tuesday announced a “landmark” partnership to merge their respective strengths to tackle the enterprise market. The deal, which was announced after Tuesday’s market’s close, will see IBM’s big data capabilities combine with Apple’s user-friendly iOS operating system. The two companies will work together on developing more

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