2020 Best Places to Work Boston
Cambridge Semantics is honored to be included in Built In Boston’s list of Best Places to Work in 2020. Companies are selected based on data submitted by companies and their employees.
Taming the Integration Demands of Usage Based Insurance
The high demand for usage based insurance products is one of the biggest trends throughout the insurance industry. There are several benefits to this model for both insurers and their customers. Usage based insurance enables insurance companies to calculate risk more accurately than they could before. Customers like it because it lets them directly affect […]
Webcast: Using Knowledge Graphs & Connected Data to Drive Patient-centric Analyt …
Register for this live fireside chat on Feb. 4, 2020 at 1 pm ET featuring Jamie Powers, Principal Consultant for Healthcare at Cambridge Semantics, and Judy Barkal, Chief Technology and Medical Informatics Officer at M2Gen, to learn how they are using knowledge graphs and connected data to drive patient-centric data analytics in oncology research.
Webinar: Are Knowledge Graphs the Next “Killer App” in Big Data Integration?
Register for this Jan. 30th, 2 pm ET, webinar to learn how enterprises are using a MPP native graph database like AnzoGraph® DB – which is built for diverse data harmonization and analytics at scale, speed, and deep link insights – to accelerate complex, large-scale data integration initiatives such as massive knowledge graphs.
Forrester Report: Create A Roadmap For A Real-Time, Agile, Self-Service Data Platform
This Roadmap report in independent research firm Forrester’s “The Data Management Playbook For 2020” discusses how data profiling tools such as Cambridge Semantics can help explore and model data semantically.
Cambridge Semantics Expands to Australia and New Zealand
Cambridge Semantics today announced its award-winning Anzo platform is now available to enterprises in Australia and New Zealand through a partnership with Allinno, a leading systems integrator and consulting firm based in Australia.
Gartner Report: Data Fabrics Add Augmented Intelligence to Modernize Your Data Integr …
Cambridge Semantics is included as a representative vendor of that can bring together (with varying degrees of success) some or more of the individual capabilities needed to accelerate the delivery of a comprehensive data fabric architecture.
On-demand Webinar: Accelerating Data Integration & Insights in Oil & Gas
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how organizations are using a data fabric enhanced with semantics and graph technology to dramatically accelerate their data integration initiatives and solve the long-standing problems common to data warehouses and data lakes.
The End of ETL is the Beginning of the IoT
Written by Sam Chance. Ad-hoc ETL integrations have drained the enterprise of valuable resources for too long. It’s difficult to determine which is worse: the inordinate costs associated with these point integrations, or the exorbitant amounts of time dedicated to stitching them together. Whenever sources or business requirements change, the largely manual coding process for […]