FirstRain, is proud to announce that it is has launched FirstRain sharing for IBM Connections. FirstRain will empower businesses on the IBM Connections social network platform to meaningfully engage with customers, partners and employees through deep, real-time insights that are scored and ranked based on sophisticated, business-aware algorithms that drive personalization down to the user’s role.
Why Connections? IBM Connections is an enterprise social networking platform that allows organizations to engage the right people, accelerate innovation and is currently used across major FirstRain customers. With our new FirstRain share to IBM Connections feature, users can now quickly and efficiently share insights about their customer and markets straight from their FirstRain Apps to help improve decision-making and increase productivity.
FirstRain’s information modeling technology captures the global universe of unstructured data and applies layered algorithms to extract meaning across key structure and semantic characteristics to build a sophisticated business graph that delivers understanding of the business universe and relationships within customers and markets. By allowing users to post directly to their IBM Connections streams, FirstRain’s powerful analytics are extended right into the users streams and workflows.
Our FirstRain team is currently at the IBM ConnectED conference in Orlando and will be conducting a Chalk Talk session tonight at 6:15pm @ Walt Disney World Swan Room 5-6 titled:
They don’t just want streams, they want deep insights
Session Description: Collaboration inside and outside your enterprise is built on the notion that knowledge should be shared and streams and social sharing of information are an ideal way of collaborating. But the reality is that for some organizations streams of information quickly get noisy and users disengage. Come learn how personalizing insights at the user and group level can enhance collaboration across products like Connections, Websphere and other community platforms. In this session we will provide examples of how Fortune 1000 companies are utilizing targeted views of customer and market insights to enhance collaboration and community aspects booth internally within their enterprises as well as in customer applications. We will also ‘chalk out’ your own user scenarios in an interactive exercise.
Need to enable IBM Connections share on your FirstRain account, please contact us!
Not familiar with FirstRain? FirstRain is an enterprise scale, SaaS analytics platform that provides individuals with personalized, high-precision analysis on critical developments for their customers and end markets, as they are happening. FirstRain’s information-modeling technology enables millions of users to have an unmatched view of the global business world through their own very personal lens in order to make better decisions, get closer to customers, drive revenue growth and outwit the competition. FirstRain’s patented, advanced analytics identify relevant, business-focused Web and social media insights and then seamlessly delivers them into the world’s premier CRM and social enterprise platforms, including Salesforce.com, Chatter, Microsoft SharePoint, Dynamics, Yammer, Jive, Oracle and now IBM. FirstRain analytics are used by Fortune 1000 enterprises around the world and also integrated into leading platforms like Fidelity.com and Dun & Bradstreet.
FirstRain is proud to sponsor SIIA’s Buying & Selling Content 2015 conference taking place on Thursday January 22th in New York City. The Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries. No stranger to SIIA events, FirstRain was the winner of the SIIA Lighting Round Competition at its Strategic & Financial Investment Conference last summer.
With a packed full day agenda,the Buying & Selling Content conference will address how big data, social media, highly globalized markets, and other fast-moving developments are impacting the ways in which companies buy, sell and market digital content. The conference will feature a range of business leaders with perspectives from different industries – including finance, health care, and publishing. Through presentations and discussions, the event will address digital content issues involving data licensing, copyright, international licensing, mobile apps, SaaS platforms, marketing, and more.
Combining content with deep data science, FirstRain’s patented information-modeling analytics platform integrates into almost any third-party environment. Our analytics are used by Fortune 1000 enterprises around the world and also integrated into leading platforms like Fidelity.com, Mergent and Dun & Bradstreet where we deliver deep, actionable insights across millions of users. The FirstRain API provides enterprise developers with real-time, data-level access to the powerful proprietary FirstRain business graph – generated using real-time big data analytics of millions of sources, documents and social media from across the global web. Unlike many other general business data services, FirstRain analytics run on a sophisticated, infinitely scalable big data platform that enables millions of users to have an unmatched view of their global business world.
If you would like to learn more about how you can leverage FirstRain analytics in your platforms and applications, please find us at the conference or contact us directly.
i) Technical Learning ii) Motivational BoostTechnical Learning The most impressive talk that I attended was: 1) Analytic Footprint’s- The session was around Big Data analytics and the key take away are: a) How to manage data b) selecting right kind of data c) know when your sample size is sufficient d) good data science e) good technology f) social media data can also be used for critical analysis 2) Another great session was on “Machines that learn to make difference” Some live projects like Electronic Toll collection that aims to eliminate the delay on toll roads by collecting tolls electronically, Parking fee collection based on number plate recognition, parking space management were discussed. 3) A Poster session where engineers represented their creative innovation in their company
• Generic server failure analysis Tool that gives frequent reason of server failure by filtering, gathering and analysis of logs • Framework that provides visual help for installing/configuring new software• Sentiment analysis –to analyze problem like downfall in Credit card users Motivational Boost 1) We attended some sessions around career development topics like Discover and Build your strengths , The Career Guidance and Think Different – See Abilities where Deepa Narasimhan (President EMC) and Sushmeetha B.Bubna (Director of ASCENT Networks Pvt Ltd) shared their real life stories about how they conquered obstacles and battled social stigma due to their physical disabilities but they explored technology, tweaked them as per their requirements and made themselves to be at par with their non-disabled counterpart. 2) “Idea to Execution”- This was my favorite session. The key points I learnt are: Believe in your ideas, feedback from critics, how to influence-be simple and memorable, use right engineering approach, do not over-engineer, do personal branding, networking, collect enough data for your work etc. Attending the conference allowed me to connect with prominent leaders in the technology field and get a better understanding of their research while sharing ideas with them. The conference really instilled a sense of togetherness among attendees, as we were able to connect with one another and share similar struggles that we go through on a regular basis. I feel that the Grace Hopper Conference is THE platform for women in tech as it aims to empower everyone with equal opportunities and unending inspiration, by bringing together a community that is life-changing. I hope to volunteer and be a more active part of planning this conference next year! Brief Bios: Ritu: is a Software Engineers in Tools Engineering. In a very short span, she has proved to be a key member of the Tools Development team and was awarded the “Rising star” award recently. An enthusiast engineer, she works to develop Highly Available applications. She is an expert in developing the middleware systems used in the global enterprises.. Neha: is a Software Engineer in Content Engineering and works with the Data Science group. She works on cutting edge problems and new Analytics ideas and is responsible for building a framework to rapidly prototype them. She also works on providing quick solutions to content operation to increase their work efficiency.
Dreamforce is less than a month away, so if you’re going we can only assume you’ve been busy planning your trip to San Francisco. With all the preparation necessary just for the conference itself, having to find time to plan for all the little details of traveling into a foreign city can be overwhelming. We want to make sure you have the best possible experience at Dreamforce and that the inconveniences of travel don’t spoil your time there, so we’ve put together an infographic with tips and tricks to make your Dreamforce not only survivable, but the best it can be! From the little things you may forget to bring to tips on where to grab some food and drinks, we’ve got you covered.