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RedOwl Analytics Announces Strategic Partnership and Technology Development Agreement with In-Q-Tel

07/25/2013

RedOwl Analytics (RedOwl), a company that applies statistics to the ever-growing corporate digital trail to examine organizational dynamics in support of governance, risk, and compliance, announced a strategic investment and technology development agreement with InQ-Tel (IQT).  IQT is a non-profit, strategic investor that identifies, adapts, and delivers innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

"Our partnership with RedOwl represents our continued commitment to powerful, missiondriven, and user-centric capabilities in today’s big data environment,” said Robert Ames, Senior Vice President in charge of IQT’s Information and Communications Technologies Practice. “The company’s approach to pattern analysis technology makes it an important addition to the IQT portfolio."

The RedOwl team has developed Reveal, a software product that enables organizations to assess and monitor patterns and anomaliesin their data. Tying together elastic computing, inferential statistics, and intuitive visualizations, Reveal focuses the power of big data analytics on an organization’s most fundamental asset, its own people. 

“Our mission is to transform the way in which organizations take advantage of theirincreasing digital exhaust, and truly treat historical data as a strategic corporate asset,” said Guy Filippelli, CEO of RedOwl Analytics. “We’re enthusiastic about the IQT partnership and the opportunity to further develop our technology for the government market.”

Headquartered in Baltimore, MD with a satellite office in Brooklyn, NY, RedOwl is a cohesive, energetic team of data scientists, software engineers, analysts, mathematicians, and design gurus who have solved some of the world’s toughest problems. 


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