Appian, Zoomdata Form Big Data, Visual Analytics Partnership; Justin Langseth, Malcolm Ross Comment

Big Data, AppsAppian and Zoomdata have partnered to combine their business process management and visual analytics offerings in an effort to help customers gain insights from big data.

Appian will integrate its SAIL technology into Zoomdata’s interface as part of the agreement, Appian said Tuesday.

“By embedding Zoomdata for fast exploration and visualization across both real-time and legacy data sources, Appian is allowing its customer to dramatically increase the speed of refining business operations based on real-time information,” said Justin Langseth, CEO and founder at Zoomdata.

Malcolm Ross, vice president of product at Appian, said the integration is intended to deliver process intelligence to client in fraud detection, financial services anti-money laundering and, retail cross-sell/up-sell.

Appian’s platform works to incorporate business process, data management, enterprise mobility, social collaboration and cloud hosting services.

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