Tamr, Inc., a provider of data mastering at-scale solutions, recently announced the launch of its “Data Can Help” solutions for global organizations to uncover insights needed to optimize spend, minimize supply chain risks and identify alternative parts and suppliers.
"The COVID-19 pandemic has strained organizations in ways many were not prepared to handle. This economic climate demands efficient, nimble operations and data is the key to unlocking that productivity," said Andy Palmer, CEO and co-founder of Tamr. "At Tamr, we are helping enterprises make data-informed decisions that help them address issues today and in the months to come, using our data mastering technology and our new ‘Data Can Help’ solutions."
Tamr's "Data Can Help" solutions layer real-time data on the impact of COVID-19 worldwide on top organizations' supply chain and spend data to allow executives to make immediate decisions. Tamr will deliver up to five analytics-ready datasets to power data visualization tools so that organizations can make data-informed decisions with regards to their spending or to their supply chain.
Organizations can master their enterprise data on spend and suppliers for six months using Tamr's hosted data mastering solutions.
About Tamr, Inc.
Tamr is the leading data mastering company that accelerates data-driven business outcomes for large organizations. Industry leaders like: Toyota, Societe Generale, and Thomson Reuters trust Tamr to manage their enterprise data as an asset. Tamr's unique approach of using human-guided machine learning algorithms to accelerate data mastering projects lets the world's largest organizations enhance their data operations, rapidly activate latent data, and increase the velocity of business outcomes through data-driven insights. With a co-founding team led by Andy Palmer (founding CEO of Vertica) and Mike Stonebraker (Turing Award winner) and backed by investors including NEA and Google Ventures, Tamr is transforming how companies get value from their data.
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