HHaystac, a provider of enterprise-class unstructured data classification, retention and analytics platform for information governance, announced today that CIO Review Magazine named Haystac among its “Top 100 Most Promising solution platforms for unstructured Big Data analytics for 2014”.
CIO Review is a technology magazine that showcases enterprise solutions capable of redefining the business goals of enterprises tomorrow. It is a neutral source of information for technology decision makers, that constantly endeavors to identify “The Best” in a variety of areas important to tech business, and Haystac was named in the “Top 100 Most Promising Big Data companies” list in the Big Data special edition of CIO Review.
Over the course of several months, CIO Review’s editorial research team analyzed companies that are at the forefront of tackling enterprise challenges, and that focus on offering technology solutions addressing unstructured Big Data analytics. Through nominations and consultations with industry leaders, CIO Review editors chose the best 100, with Haystac chosen among other recipients.
Haystac’s CIO Review article (view article here) discusses its Information Governance Platform as a Service (PaaS), specifically architected to deliver hierarchical classification for unstructured data. Haystac’s Unified Information Governance (UIG360°TM) provides correlated and consolidated information from a variety of user defined categories. UIG360°TM is a highly flexible content intelligence software platform, that can be quickly adapted to the way enterprise business managers, at all levels, manage, classify, retain and analyze vast amounts of documents, emails and other, unstructured content to enable them to be pro-actively informed, evaluate, act upon and follow up on key operational business issues and topics. (to download the article please go to:
“We are honored to have been selected as one of CIO Review’s Top 100 companies. This recognition only fosters our passion for designing and developing, science-based, cutting-edge technology to meet the unique requirements of enterprise Information Governance”, said Barak Tsivkin, CEO of Haystac.