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Cambridge Intelligence wins an innovation award

last modified Dec 10, 2013 02:26 PM
KeyLines, by Cambridge Intelligence, has been named Most Innovative Graph Application in Visualisation.
Cambridge Intelligence wins an innovation award

Cambridge Intelligence

 

Cambridge Intelligence today announced that its first product, KeyLines, has been named the Most Innovative Graph Application in Visualisation at an awards dinner in San Francisco.

The GraphConnect Awards, also known as The Graphies, are a unique accolade created to recognise innovation and achievement within the graph database community.

Hundreds of business people, developers and academics attended the Graphies, now in their second year, to hear about ground breaking projects and products from around the world that are helping to solve complex data problems.

The award’s hosts were Neo Technologies, creators of Neo4J – the world’s most popular graph database.

This latest award comes just months after Cambridge Intelligence was named as one of Business Weekly’s Killer-50, the list of the region’s most disruptive science and technology companies. Cambridge Intelligence also recently celebrated their 15th major new customer.

Corey Lanum, Manager of Cambridge Intelligence in the US, said of the Graphie: “We are very excited to have been recognised by Neo Technology with this award. KeyLines has become known for being ahead of the curve in terms of technology and innovation, and to have this confirmed by an organisation as globally renowned at Neo Technologies is a real honour.”

A full run-down of the GraphConnect Award winners can be found on Neo Technology’s website.

Notes for Editors

Cambridge Intelligence Limited is a leading provider of network visualisation and analysis solutions. KeyLines has been deployed on solutions across law enforcement, cyber security, fraud detection, counter-terrorism, CRM, sales and social networks.

For more information, contact Andrew Disney, Digital Marketing Manager:

+44 (0)1223 969 962 
Andrew@cambridge-intelligence.com 
www.cambridge-intelligence.com 
www.keylines.com

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