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Capsenta Launches, Delivering Game Changing Innovation to Big Data Market

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capby Angela Guess

A recent article out of the company reports, “Capsenta, Inc., the Smart Data company, today launched its business, built on its patented Ultrawrap™ technology, invented and incubated at UT Austin. Ultrawrap creates a virtualized data platform giving semantic access to all databases, spreadsheets and other data stores. Capsenta’s semantic search capability is bringing amazing value to its early adopter customers by delivering business intelligence and insights. Capsenta’s initial customers are in the healthcare and medical technology vertical, but all major industry verticals will benefit from this compelling new way to turn data into actionable intelligence simply by asking a question.”

The article continues, “Current Data Warehouse and Big Data approaches require enterprises to invest valuable time and money to Extract (E) data from current locations, Transform (T) the data so that it is consistent and searchable, and Load (L) the data into a newly created warehouse or repository before any value can be realized. Ultrawrap is the first and only fully standards compliant software that enables data to be integrated and searched without the need to Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) disparate data into a centralized data store. Capsenta has termed this ‘game changing’ capability NoETL™.”

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photo credit: Capsenta

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