New York, NY (PRWEB) May 23, 2014
Applying high-performance, highly accurate analytics to big data benefits an entire enterprise. Yet corporations of all sizes are finding that solutions are not easy to implement, as they face the challenges of greater volume of data from a greater variety of sources. Decision-makers are asking more questions that demand real-time answers in an increasingly complex and competitive environment. The end game for any company, whether in financial services, health care, e-commerce, or digital media, is happier customers, more efficient business operations and increased profitability.
Caserta Concepts, a New York-based innovation consulting and technology services that helps CIOs implement big data analytics, data warehousing and business intelligence solutions, announced an agreement with Mountain View, CA-based Revolution Analytics, the leading commercial provider of software and services based on the open source R project for statistical computing. Through this relationship, clients can now employ high-performance, advanced analytics solutions to easily handle complex and large sets of data to explore it, develop new models and put them into production to benefit bottom line.
"Our relationship with Caserta Concepts allows clients the benefit of strategic guidance to build an optimized, fast-performing solution for improved business decision-making," said John Hardigree, Chief Business Development Officer at Revolution Analytics. "Clients need the right partner to effectively implement the right technology and that is where this alliance makes a difference."
Joe Caserta, president of Caserta Concepts, commented, "Our clients demand sophisticated big data analytics that perform at high speed, in a risk-free environment, offering actionable results in real-time. Whether your goal is to accurately capture and analyze the data for successful customer acquisition or retention, or to push the envelope on statistics in a research environment, Caserta and Revolution Analytics bring a high-performance solution that will make the most of your data."
To kick off the agreement, the two companies are partnering on a Meetup in New York, Tuesday May 27th. Real-World Data Science with Claudia Perlich, (former IBMer and now Chief Scientist at Dstillery) offers her views on data science and will present one of the staple techniques: Predictive modeling with R.
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About Caserta Concepts:
Caserta Concepts is a New York-based innovation consulting and technology services firm that specializes in big data analytics, data warehousing and business intelligence. With a worldwide network of professionals, Caserta Concepts collaborates with global Fortune 1000 clients to help them gain new business insights through a better understanding of their data. The company was founded by internationally recognized data warehouse authority and author, Joe Caserta, in 2001. For more information, please visit http://www.casertaconcepts.com Connect with Caserta Concepts on Twitter (@casertaconcepts) and LinkedIn. You can also follow Joe Caserta on Twitter at @joe_caserta
About Revolution Analytics
Revolution Analytics, with its Revolution R Enterprise (RRE) software, is the innovative leader in Big Data Big Analytics. RRE is powered by the R language, the de facto standard for what Gartner describes as Advanced Analytics. RRE is used by enterprises with massive data, performance and multi-platform requirements that need to drive down the cost of Big Data. RRE runs on industry-leading data platforms, and integrates with business intelligence, data visualization, web and mobile apps to build solutions that drive game changing business insights and value.
Revolution Analytics is the leading commercial provider of software and services based on the open source R project for statistical computing. The company brings high performance, productivity and enterprise readiness to R, the most powerful statistics language in the world.
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