SAN CARLOS, Calif. — March 22, 2011 — Successful organizations understand that leveraging unstructured information can significantly impact company agility and drive them to invent new products. MarkLogic Corporation, the company revolutionizing the way organizations leverage unstructured information, today announced that representatives from Raytheon, McGraw-Hill, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and others, will join to discuss these stories of success at the MarkLogic 2011 User Conference. For more information or to register for the summit, taking place April 26-29 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA, please visit http://www.marklogicevents.com/.
“World class organizations are using MarkLogic in cutting edge technology implementations,” said Tracy Eiler, senior vice president of marketing, MarkLogic. “The 2011 MarkLogic User Conference offers the opportunity to hear first-hand how these companies are using unstructured information to create value and increase agility. In a big data world, our customers have implemented solutions to leverage unpredictable and complex data to give them a competitive edge – something that has been nearly impossible with relational databases.”
Highlights of the agenda include:
The conference sponsors include platinum sponsor Avalon Consulting; gold sponsors Cognizant, Innodata Isogen, Infosys, and Virtusa; silver sponsors iFactory, Janya, Antenna House, TEMIS, HTC Global Services, Applied Relevance, Typefi, and Data Conversion Laboratory, Inc.; bronze sponsors RSuite and Really Strategies; and additional sponsors Flatiron Solutions, ISYS, and Planman.
To register or learn more about the MarkLogic User Conference in San Francisco, CA, at the Palace Hotel on April 26-29, please visit http://www.marklogicevents.com/. Submissions are being accepted for the MarkLogic User Conference Awards and the entry form can be found here. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 25.
MarkLogic helps customers create value from complex data faster. Our platform ingests data from any source, creating and refining metadata to support powerful models. Customers use these models for deep search and query, building enterprise applications and bringing unique insights to analytics and machine learning.