Apama allows businesses to analyze and act on high-volume business operations and customer interactions in real-time. Most recently, Apama won the Waters Rankings Award for Best Complex Event Processing (CEP) platform, which comes shortly after winning the Waters Sell Side Technology Award for the second consecutive year. With significantly enhanced speed and scalability, Apama’s selection by customers and a panel of expert judges reflects an industry-wide move to broaden the role of event processing to encompass high frequency surveillance and real-time risk management.
In addition to the Waters recognition, Apama was recently compared against its major competitors and named a Market Leader within the ‘The Forrester Wave™: Big Data Streaming Analytics Platforms, Q3 2014’. The platform was recognized for its ability to rapidly correlate, aggregate and detect patterns across large volumes of fast-moving data from multiple sources. This enables organizations to quickly deploy and evolve scalable real-time solutions in information intensive, time-critical industries, such as capital markets, banking, telecommunications, and supply chain.
Apama was also recently honored with the THE TRADE 100’s Most Innovative of the Decade award and Apama’s co-founder Dr.
The Apama platform has always been a leader in the event processing and streaming analytics market and its continued innovation allows enterprises to leverage real-time insights to identify and act on opportunities to stay ahead of the competition. As the world's number one big data streaming analytics platform, Apama has more than 150 deployments in Fortune 500 companies. It is also used in a variety of commercial applications globally including real time visibility in manufacturing ERP systems, customer experience management, and market surveillance and risk management.
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