Datawatch Monarch Swarm Brings Unprecedented Data Intelligence to Business Analytics

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Datawatch Corporation today announced that Datawatch Monarch Swarm is the first intelligent enterprise data preparation and analytics platform to transform how businesses interact with and leverage their greatest assets: people and data. With new and innovative applications of machine-learning technology to benefit every user no matter their skill-level, Monarch Swarm empowers every individual, department and organization with advanced intelligence and insight into how data can be used to drive further team collaboration, socialization and support of data governance practices.

Jon Pilkington, chief product officer at Datawatch, commented, “For those seeking creative and innovative methods to leverage data and complete detailed analytics projects, Datawatch Monarch Swarm provides everyone – even novice business users – with the techniques to intelligently derive insights that fuel an enterprise’s business analytics… The latest release of our enterprise data preparation platform represents the latest stage in the evolution of data analytics by providing a bridge between IT governance and business analyst agility.”

The release goes on, “Offered as either a cloud or on-premises data intelligence platform, Monarch Swarm presents business users with a personalized experience for creating, accessing, validating and sharing governed, trustworthy datasets and models to prevent the duplication of work and increase engagement of business users across the company. The platform’s newest features include: (1) Team-driven data preparation – Allows companies to easily deploy centralized data preparation across the teams, departments and the entire enterprise in the configuration that works best for their infrastructure, while also reducing machine footprint and IT involvement and enabling data preparation and analytics from any machine, anytime and anywhere.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Datawatch

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