Big data is a hot buzzword these days, and as a result it seems that more and more tech giants are adding some sort of analytics plank to their business platform as big data startups spring up in the ecosystem. As a result, CIO.com's article "13 more big data & analytics companies to watch" highlights the ones worth paying attention to, estimating $250 million in profits this past year.
The list is as follows:
|Alation||Red Wood City, C.A. (U.S)|
Data accessibility platform.
|Aviso||Menlo Park, C.A. (U.S. with some India operations)||Predictive analytics based on data science for sales teams.|
|Birst||San Francisco, C.A. (U.S.)||Cloud-based business intelligence and analytics.|
|Blue Data||Mountain View, C.A. (U.S.)|
Hadoop or Spark clusters.
|Datameer||San Francisco, C.A. (U.S.)||Hadoop big data analytics application.|
|Deep Information Sciences||Boston, M.A. (U.S)||Database storage engine with machine learning and predictive analytics.|
|Looker||Santa Cruz, C.A. (U.S.)||Business intelligence platform with cloud capabilities.|
|Maana||Palo Alto, C.A. (U.S.)||Semantic search engines for "big data fueled solutions."|
|RapidMiner||Cambridge, M.A. (U.S.)||Open source predictive analytics.|
|Reltio||Redwood Shores, C.A. (U.S.)||Data management.|
|Sensai||Palo Alto, C.A. (U.S.)||Business analytics.|
|Spare5||Seattle, W.A. (U.S.)||Mobile app that creates business insights.|
|Treasure Data||Mountain View, C.A. (U.S.)||Cloud-based "collection, storage and analysis of data."|