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ERN upgrades Looop big data analytics platform

24/09/2014 by

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Big data analytics startup ERN has announced that it will release V2.0 of its self serve big data analytics platform Looop for general release starting October 1st 2014.

Looop is the only end-to-end in-memory solution that allows clients to integrate, analysis and visualise all their data in one platform.

"Today's current best practise to data analytics requires a complicated, costly, multi step, multi vendor process. Clients demand a self serve integrated solution that provides faster time to insights, less intervention by IT along with lower TCO" said Dan Brassington, CEO of ERN.

"Looop is platform agnostic and can take in and analyse huge data sets from any source. Our in-memory, No-SQL, schema on read approach is a big hit with enterprise clients across Europe and Asia" he continued.

ERN's self serve big data analytics platform Looop helps to accelerate analytics and delivers business users faster time to insights. Looop provides the ability to plug and play analytical models from any data-mining vendor into the Looop platform. Looop moves business users from batch reporting to real-time business intelligence by leveraging the latest ground breaking technologies such as mongoDB to deliver a fully flexible and innovative self serve big data analytics platform that allows business users to run analytics without becoming data scientists.

This article has been extracted from http://www.finextra.com/, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.finextra.com/news/announcement.aspx?pressreleaseid=56846&topic=retail

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