Athena Launches First BI Platform Amplified With Real-Time Adaptive Data Mining Engine

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A recent press release reports, “Athena L.L.C., a Santa Monica-based Business Intelligence (BI) venture, today announced the launch of Athena®, a next-generation BI and self-service data visualization platform. Athena’s analytics are augmented with the Real-Time Adaptive (Data) Mining ‘RTAM’ engine, patented by Rule 14, an artificial intelligence company. By leveraging the RTAM engine, Athena users gain access to AI-powered insights immediately, without having to depend on a data scientist. After the user defines a topic of interest, the RTAM engine automatically queries potentially relevant open and proprietary data channels, in combination with company data, and projects actionable insights, such as exceptions, links and predictions in data that are relevant to users without requiring them to build models or write algorithms.”

The release goes on, “Users can effortlessly explore their data before aggregating from disparate silos into a centralized data warehouse. Furthermore, users are able to transform data formulaically into powerful data objects for subsequent dashboarding. Athena’s diverse set of charts, tables, gauges and industry-specific dashboards enable users to quickly create interactive reports that make it easy to illuminate critical information. In addition, users can drill down into detail without creating additional reports by restacking dashboard data on-the-fly. Users can also set thresholds or create events that result in alerts delivered over several channels to strategically inform key personnel of timely information. Athena offers rapid deployment of its intuitive dashboards into third party applications and websites via iFrame and API integration, enabling users to seamlessly embed analytical content into their business processes.”

Read more at Newswire.

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