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Competitive Intelligence: Connotate

Imagine a personal staff of intelligent software Agents tirelessly executing on your BI and CI needs. Connotate Agents automate the surveillance and collection of information including pricing, product, partnering, regulatory, employment, breaking news and time-series data. Agents change the competitive landscape by providing a unique, proprietary view of the playing field.

Connotate’s Agents provide a powerful new way to access, and interact with, data and information, found both on the web and across the enterprise. Incorporating Enterprise 2.0 principles, Connotate intelligent software Agents enable the creation of on-demand applications, sharing of best practices, and rapid data mashup. These capabilities greatly enhance corporate agility, productivity, execution and the sharing of best practices. As an intelligence amplifier to traditional BI and CI solutions, Connotate Agents enable the collection and mashup of proprietary data from both Web and enterprise sources. Our Agents deliver precise, timely, critical information from the sources you identify and rely on most, enabling huge cost savings and amazing ROI, not to mention more efficient use of staff resources.

Connotate Agents empower the business user with personalized monitoring, precision harvesting, and rapid integration. Machine-intelligent Agents speak a variety of protocols including HTML, XML, RSS, SQL, Excel, and Email. Many Agents can be created in minutes by business users without programming or technical assistance. Agents can then be shared across the organization and further personalized for individual use. Connotate enables powerful applications in several verticals including Financial Services, Investment Banks, Hedge Funds, Publishers, Media, and Government.

Phone: 732 296 8844
Fax: 732.296.0330
Web: www.connotate.com

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