K2View Receives Patent for Fundamentally New Approach to Data Management

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According to a new press release, “K2View, a leading provider of real-time, distributed data management solutions, today announced that it has been issued a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for the concept of a logical unit and its associated micro-database. This patented technology enables K2View solutions and customers to integrate, organize, store, access, and secure data, delivering a holistic, 360-degree view of customer and other business data in real time. The patent also covers the systems and methods built around this concept, including the innovative use of micro-databases to store all available information for each individually identifiable business entity. K2View’s technique effectively shifts the focus of business data management from application-centric to data-centric and unlocks the potential for organizations to efficiently operationalize the enormous amounts of data collected across their ever-expanding data sources. This is a critical shift as organizations struggle to deliver operational insights in support of digital transformation initiatives.”

Nick Lazzaro, CEO of K2View, commented, “The innovation behind this patent marks a generational shift in how organizations approach data organization and management. It’s now possible to operationalize enterprise data in real time, regardless of where the data originated… Some of the largest companies in the world have chosen K2View Fabric because they need a complete, real-time view of data associated with individual customers, products or other critical business entities. This data access is foundational to creating the customer experience and enterprise operations needed in the digital age.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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