SAIC Targeting Commercial Big Data Portfolio for Energy, Health Sectors; John Thomas, Steve Comber Comment

 

John Thomas
John Thomas

Science Applications International Corp. has developed a new portfolio of products and services aimed at helping commercial organizations organize large amounts of data in real-time.

SAIC intends for its Critical Insight Solutions portfolio to provide commercial entities similar offerings the company provides to U.S. government customers, the company said.

Target customers include organizations in the energy, health, financial services and telecommunications markets.

“SAIC is looking to help industries such as energy, health, financial services and telecommunications stay current on threats, opportunities and trends for informed decision-making and business strategy modernization,” said John Thomas, senior vice president and general manager for intelligence systems.

Steve Comber
Steve Comber

“Through the increased use of electronic health record systems at hospitals and clinics nationwide, healthcare providers are challenged with maximizing the value of their investment, while also trying to find ways to better understand the significant amount of complex data they now have,” said Steve Comber, senior vice president and general manager for health solutions.

Potential uses of the portfolio include detecting electronic financial fraud, disease diagnosis, medical research, brand protection, geospatial tracking, energy consumption optimization, data storage and query, real-time analytics and alerts, data set modeling and summarizing and time-based model trending.

Public, private and hybrid cloud environments host the data for clients to detect, predict and classify, SAIC said.

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