Tamr’s Role in GE’s Digital Transformation and Our Newest Investor

I’m thrilled that today we have announced GE Ventures’ investment in Tamr. This investment is based on the fantastic work that our joint GE / Tamr team has done over the last three years to create massive and measurable business value for GE — a story that Barb Darrow tells well in Fortune today. GE is truly transforming their business and I…

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Tamr Secures Investment From GE Ventures

GE’s Experience Using Tamr’s Data Unification Platform Drives Expanded Partnership BOSTON – May 18, 2017 — Tamr Inc., the innovator in data unification, today announced that GE Ventures has made a strategic equity investment in the company. The investment follows GE’s experience as a customer of Tamr’s for more than two years. During that time, its data unification software has…

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Schema First: The Train Wreck of Data Unification

We hope you enjoy this recorded webinar with Turing Award winner Dr. Michael Stonebraker.   Across industries, there’s an increased focus on getting business value from data, but this invariably requires unifying data from multiple enterprise silos often with public data from the web. The traditional approaches to data integration, Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) systems, Master Data Management (MDM)…

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Tamr Announces Global Reseller Agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Expansion of Relationship Between the Companies To Deliver New, Innovative Solutions Directly To Hewlett Packard Enterprise Customers BOSTON – March 3, 2017 — Tamr, Inc. announced today that Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will resell the company’s patented data unification software to bring innovative new solutions to its customers. Through this agreement, Tamr is now part of the HPE Complete program,…

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Data Unification vs. Data Prep: Why Should You Care?

How does your organization get data into the hands of the analysts who can extract value from it? Self-service data preparation tools had seen a surge in adoption in the past few years as a complement to the data visualization technologies that are are by now widespread in most enterprises. Their popularity has been driven by the empowerment that they…

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Tamr Awarded Patent for Enterprise-Scale Data Unification System

Recognizes Uniqueness of Company’s Machine Learning, Expert Guided, End-To-End Approach BOSTON – February 8, 2017 — Tamr Inc. today announced that it has been issued a patent (US9,542,412) from the United States Patent and Trademark Office covering the principles underlying its enterprise-scale data unification platform. The patent, titled Method and System for Large Scale Data Curation, describes a comprehensive approach…

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CBP Partners with DHS S&T and Tech Start-up to Enhance Global Travel Assessment System

Cambridge start-up receives contract to improve advanced passenger data screening and targeting technology WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) announced today a $162,302 award to Tamr to build additional capability into U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Global Travel Assessment System (GTAS). Tamr is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup with expertise in large-scale data…

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HPE Software Builds Customer’s
Journey with Tamr

“Tamr allowed us to get to views and insights we otherwise could never have reached, ultimately improving our win rate.” – Iana Dankova, Business analytics manager at HPE, big data As an established company, HPE Software has an excellent track record of success with existing customers — but wanted to identify opportunities to improve engagement with prospects for new growth.…

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Why is data curation undervalued now? (But won’t be in the Future…)

Last week, James Malone had a great post on this topic of data curation. He brought up a number of great points on technical and institutional challenges, and the difficulty in quantifying the value and urgency of data curation. We’ve come a long way in putting analytics front and center of discovering new therapeutics, but it’s clear we still have…

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