New Zealand company helps turn data into knowledge.Bangalore February 15, 2012: New Zealand-based provider of unstructured data management solutions, – Pingar has tied up with the Tata-owned infotech company, CMC Ltd to provide enterprises an increased ability to manage unstructured data to gain efficiency and improve the quality of business process, collaboration and content management programs.
In a briefing for IndiaTechOnline, Peter Wren-Hilton, CEO of Pingar explained that the Pingar API works seamlessly with existing enterprise content management systems and increases the power and usefulness of enterprise information. Pingar’s process is intuitive and yields more contextually relevant results and tools to extract information and transform that information into intelligence. Key elements are entity extraction, rapid discovery and content analysis.
The Pingar solutions would be particularly useful for web content providers who needed to generate meta data and key words for large volumes of uploads, Wren-Hilton said. Pingar’s base technology is available as a suite of 18 core API see https://pingar.3scale.net/
“CMC’s culture of high levels of service delivery and innovative solutions fits with Pingar’s emphasis on pioneering research and development. Their customer base aligns with our strategy to establish an early global network with feet on the ground in each major region,”he added
Says R. Ramanan, CEO and Managing Director of CMC: “Our client base demands that we provide technology for continuous improvements to business operations. Pingar’s ability to integrate with existing enterprise systems and extend their capabilities to gain efficiencies and strategic knowledge from unstructured data represents a rich area of value to CMC customers.”
The agreement between the two companies provides an efficient reseller channel for Pingar, providing access to a vast network of clients in a number of regions worldwide in industries including: banking and financial services, insurance, government, manufacturing, energy resources and utilities, transportation, shipping, high tech and telecom, retail and fast moving consumer goods, defense and space, and education and training.
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