For performance SynerScope packed its entire software stack into an appliance
Many organizations face increased pressure from regulators and auditors to demonstrate that they are in control of their data based on the highest available granularity. Traditional solutions derived from existing DataWarehouses do not provide the details required. They often contain only a subset from the original data sources. Those type of systems are not equipped to follow (in an auditable way) the data through the whole chain, from the original data source to report. Finally, unstructured data, e.g. Txt, call center data or photos, are not available to use in this process even though they often contain data that is necessary to be in control.
Our solution is a combination of in-depth knowledge through our subject matter experts in combination with our data technology. The (patented) technology ensures that data coming from many and various sources, systems and formats will be automatically bulk-ingested (so no ETL!). This combined data is ready to analyze within days without building a sophisticated specific data-model. You will get one overview for both the aggregate reports as well as the details of the individual records. This makes it easy to navigate and explore both on trends and by detailed inspection. All of it in an auditable way with full data lineage for auditors and regulators.
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SynerScope, a high-tech Dutch software company, turns Dark Data into Bright Data, ready to be used by humans combined with machine intelligence for extracting information and value. Our three main solutions Ixivault™, Ixiwa™ and Iximeer™ are designed to handle any type of data in any combination, fast and flexible. Unstructured text, image and IoT data can easily be linked with structured data from ERP, CRM and other operational systems. To facilitate widespread secure and safe working with the data, we support the (self) publishing of data to analytic processes (human-machine) under full linkage to the Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) requirements.
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