Gramener at OpenDataCamp

Our COO, Naveen Gattu, spoke about OpenDataCamp Hyderabad to

(OpenDataMeet is where)… all the data en­thu­si­asts come on board talk about the data ini­ti­at­ives [and] what they’re do­ing… It might be NGOs, it might be the cor­por­ates, en­ter­prises, aca­dem­i­cians, every­one. The key goal is: how we can lib­er­ate data, get it in­to the en­vir­on­ment so that it’s ac­cess­ible for every­one; for pub­lic use, for en­ter­prise use, for cor­por­ate use, for the whole be­ne­fit of the so­ci­ety.

We at Gramener, right from day one, [have] been part of Datameet. We are sup­port­ing this event. We be­lieve it can make a strong im­pact to hu­man­kind.

So we at Gramener, (in­tro­du­cing to you Gramener: it’s an ana­lyt­ics and visu­al­isa­tion com­pany) we con­vert num­bers in­to pic­tures. What that means is: you have tons and tons of data, com­ing from dif­fer­ent places. That might be so­cial me­dia, that might be ente­prise, that might be cor­por­ate, your own spread­sheets — whatever it might be, (even) your mo­bile phones gen­er­ate data. We take all those things from het­ero­gen­ous data sources, pro­cess it in a non-traditional ana­lyt­ics way, and present it out in a visu­ally ap­peal­ing man­ner, so that the in­sights can be de­rived in the span of a second.

Essentially, (1) it en­ables you from a de­cision mak­ing per­spect­ive. (2) If you’re look­ing at 10 spread­sheets to make a de­cision, our tar­get is: can that be made one spread­sheet, (and) still you get more.

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