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Feb 11, 2016 7:14 EST

Bitvore takes the massive amounts of information available on the internet and distills it down to only the exact information that an executive needs each day to make business decisions

iCrowdNewswire - Feb 11, 2016

Bitvore takes the massive amounts of information available on the internet and distills it down to only the exact information that an executive needs each day to make business decisions. Bitvore delivers precision intelligence.

The Internet is overflowing with valuable information for businesses. However, businesses need an effective and systematic way to find and stay current on the material, ever-changing information without being overloaded by a firehose of irrelevant data. Leading companies monitor the Internet for material changes impacting their investments, competitors, customers & supply chains. Today the tools are primitive: 1) read industry journals and hope the media covered it, 2) repetitively search for new nuggets, or 3) setup Google alerts and read through the daily junk-filled emails.

These approaches don’t work – they’re not cost effective or systematic. If you have one product in a niche market this is no big deal, but if you have more than 10 products, 10 suppliers or 10 competitors – you quickly lose to an overwhelming number of possible changes to monitor.

Sadly, most executives rely on word of mouth and luck to find actionable information that impacts their business. Bitvore aims to change these expensive and low quality practices by automatically finding material changes in information and converting it into timely, structured information with which companies can analyze and take action.

 

Bitvore Software as a Service (SaaS) Platform

Bitvore’s targeted data collectors run continuously across the internet 24 x 7, storing the information in a proprietary database architecture. Then, our analyzers tag all the data, so that you can pull your results much more quickly and efficiently, and also run correlations at a more sophisticated level because of the tagging. The tagging is what takes the collected data from the internet and makes it usable – that extra step that turns the internet from a hodge-podge of data and into a usable corporate data base.

Contact Information:

Jeff Curie

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