NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/13 -- Connotate, Inc., the leading provider of Web data monitoring and extraction solutions, today announced a partnership with Aurora WDC, a leading advisory firm in competitive, strategic and market intelligence. Connotate and Aurora will work together to provide corporate clients with enhanced competitive intelligence services that incorporate timely, accurate Web data collected by Connotate's advanced technology.
"Aurora WDC counts among its clients some of the most demanding and sophisticated companies in the world," said Derek Johnson, CEO of Aurora WDC. "We recognize that the Web is a continually-updated source of competitive intelligence; now together with Connotate, we can offer our clients more timely and powerful solutions using Connotate's superior technology for extracting accurate Web data at scale."
Aurora provides global research and analysis, intelligence systems and technology, as well as professional and program development for intelligence organizations.
Connotate's enterprise-quality solution is highly precise and easy to deploy, with machine-learning technology to improve resiliency and deliver a lower total cost of ownership than Web scrapers or toolkits. Connotate also supports unique features for streamlining workflows and ensuring data quality -- absolutely critical for obtaining reliable, actionable insights using "Big Data" business intelligence processes.
"We are delighted to partner with Aurora WDC, a recognized global leader in the competitive intelligence industry," said Matthew Jacobson, Senior Vice President of Channels, Connotate. "We've seen a recent spike in interest among customers seeking to use Connotate to power all types of competitive intelligence applications -- from pricing to corporate hiring and everything in between. Working together with Aurora will enable us to deliver a more full-service solution to our customers."
Connotate and Aurora will be participating in the 28th Annual Society for Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP) International Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, FL, May 6-9, 2013. Demonstrations of the Connotate solution will be featured at Aurora's Booth (#46). Following the event, Connotate will be hosting a free webinar titled "Power Up Competitive Price Intelligence with Web Data" at 12pm ET on Wednesday May 22, 2013.
Connotate puts the power of Web data monitoring and collection into the hands of the business user. Connotate delivers the scalability, reliability and resiliency necessary to drive strategic value from dynamic Web sources. Connotate's growing customer list includes global businesses such as McGraw-Hill, Associated Press and Thomson Reuters. Connotate has been named a KMWorld "Trend-Setting Product" for the past eight years. Connotate announced the acquisition of Fetch Technologies in March 2012. For more information, please visit www.connotate.com or www.connotate.co.uk and follow us on Twitter at @Connotate.
About Aurora WDC
Aurora WDC has helped hundreds of clients, large and small, unlock the potential of intelligence to engage their whole workforce in elevating business performance with our global research, systems technology and professional and program development capabilities. To achieve our ambitions in serving this diverse array of client needs, Aurora has attracted many of the most talented advisors and creative leaders in the intelligence field, each focused on calibrating often-intricate tradecraft with bottom-line business outcomes any executive can appreciate and understand. Call 800-924-4249, browse www.AuroraWDC.com, follow Aurora on Twitter @AuroraWDC or email email@example.com to be connected with a reference client who can describe the results Aurora WDC produced for them.
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