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Seth Grimes

Welcome to my BeyeNETWORK Blog, which will focus on text analytics and other matters related to making sense of unstructured information sources in support of better enterprise decision making.

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Seth is a business intelligence and decision systems expert. He is founding chair of the Text Analytics Summit and principal consultant at Washington, D.C., based Alta Plana Corporation. Seth consults, writes, and speaks on information-systems strategy, data management and analysis systems, IT industry trends, and emerging analytical technologies. Seth chairs the Sentiment Analysis Symposium and the Text Analytics Summit.

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A quick note to let everyone know --

My study report, "Text Analytics 2009: User Perspectives on Solutions and Providers," is out.  It reports findings of a survey I recently conducted and also provides an introduction to text analytics that is targeted to BI and data warehousing practitioners and business analysts. The report is free.  Download it via http://altaplana.com/TA2009 .

I'm running another survey, topic "Continuous Intelligence: BI Beyond Real Time."  I'd very much welcome your participation: http://altaplana.com/CIsurvey .  To explain: Continuous Intelligence drives faster decisions and actions across the enterprise.  A more usual term for CI is Complex Event Processing. It's software that can analyze and transform "data in flight" without requiring data to be loaded to a data warehouse.  So CI takes BI beyond real time to deliver intelligence on demand.  I'm working with a sponsoring company, Aleri, to understand the needs of data users.  You can respond anonymously.  We will send the first 200 respondents a $5 Amazon gift card in thanks!

Posted June 4, 2009 12:31 PM
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