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Saama Analytics Framework Accelerates Data Driven Solutions

Saama Technologies, Inc., a leading pure-play data and analytics solutions and services company, today announced its Saama Analytics Framework, vividSENSE™, a unique backbone of core technologies upon which industry or function specific Big Data and Analytics solutions can be rapidly built. Due to its repeatable nature, nearly 70 percent of most solution components are already within the Framework backbone, resulting in greater energy placed towards an organization’s specific customized solution requirements. Solutions implemented using the Framework include, but are not limited to: churn analytics, patient engagement analytics, fraud analytics, service analytics, clinical operations analytics, and customer buying pattern analytics.

Moving well beyond traditional business intelligence, the Framework, along with Saama’s data science approach, can help organizations see their business, customers, and competition in new ways. The Framework’s advanced data science allows for the discovery of hidden high value data patterns contained within a deluge of information previously inaccessible or unlinked. Features of the Framework include:

  • platform agnostic architecture that provides maximum flexibility to use best of breed technologies at each layer
  • purpose-built, reusable components that fit or leverage existing data infrastructures and business intelligence investments
  • customizable services for specific needs to ensure a ready solution in weeks
  • delivery via the cloud or on premises

“Making analytics capabilities drive business is going to be a key differentiator for any enterprise,” says Sagar Anisingaraju, Chief Strategy Officer of Saama Technologies. “Leveraging existing investments to build advanced analytics solutions requires extensible and reusable components. Saama Analytics Framework democratizes data science and helps in rapid development of data solutions that allows businesses to convert predictive insights into prescriptive actions.”

Saama is fast becoming a sought after leader in advanced analytics. The company recently announced its Business Consulting Practice, which focuses on addressing challenges of implementing business analytics. Saama also has extensive domain expertise in technology & media, insurance, life sciences, healthcare, consumer packaged goods and government industries that allow Saama to better relate to its customers’ key business challenges and makes the repeatable portions of the Saama Analytics Framework extremely valuable.

Saama Analytics Framework is immediately available. Many successful deployments have been completed with some of the world’s best-known brands. More about the Framework, Saama customers, and success stories can be found by visiting http://www.saama.com. Or contact us to find out how we can help you with your Big Data and analytics initiatives.

About Saama Technologies, Inc.

Saama Technologies is one of the largest pure-play data science solutions and services companies focused on solving the data management and advanced analytics challenges of the world’s leading brands. Based in Campbell, CA, Saama has over 15 years of history in implementing business analytics, big data, predictive analytics and data management solutions for global clients in industries such as life sciences, healthcare, insurance, financial services, high technology, media and public sector. Saama serves these clients from its offices in US, Europe and India. Saama can be reached at http://www.saama.com.

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