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451 Report Reveals Massive Demand For Context Relevant’s Big Data 2.0 Applications Across All Verticals; Company Continues to Focus on Wall Street

July 29, 2014



SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- In a recent report, 451 Research urges Context Relevant to expand to other verticals beyond finance, but customer demand among the world’s leading financial organizations is too high. After raising $21 Million in Series B funding, the developer of the world’s fastest automated predictive analytics software for Big Data 2.0 applications is seeing unprecedented demand within the finance vertical – justifying a strategy to focus on servicing Wall Street.

As the portfolio of Context Relevant applications has expanded, the company has enabled its Wall Street customers to quickly assemble solutions of unprecedented sophistication for their most important problems. These applications are built faster than in any other platform, take in millions of data signals and execute in real-time to allow customers to respond to even the most complex of market fluctuations.

The 451 Report highlights the increased demand for these predictive applications across all verticals and urges Context Relevant to rive into these other verticals, or face competition catching-up in these areas. Context Relevant CEO Stephen Purpura’s response: "We're changing the game on Wall Street. It's not our ambition, it's what we're already doing.”

About Context Relevant

Context Relevant delivers predictive analytics apps based on models that can predict changes in your operations, your customers, your product pricing and even what your IT systems are about to do. To find answers from your data faster, easier, and more cost effectively than ever before, email us at BigData@contextrelevant.com, call us at 800-980-DATA, or visit us online at contextrelevant.com.




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