CeBIT is the No.1 marketplace for digital solutions, trends, and innovations and inspires and energizes the international ICT industry. Rapid-I will present the world-leading open-source data mining software RapidMiner, the data mining and business intelligence services of Rapid-I, and further products and solutions from March 3 to March 8, 2009 in Hall 4, Stand No. A69 at CeBIT 2009 in Hannover, Germany.
Rapid-I will present a new version of its flagship product RapidMiner at CeBIT 2009. RapidMiner is the world-leading open-source solution for data analysis and data mining tasks. With the RapidMiner Enterprise Edition, first presented in 2008, the complete process from data integration and transformation (ETL), analysis, visualisation, data mining, and prediction to result reporting is integrated into one powerful solution. RapidMiner is very flexible and can help to increase the profitability of companies. RapidMiner can give new insights into business processes and predict upcoming chances and risks. This is what Rapid-I calls Intelligent Business Intelligence or simply: Report the Future.
Besides RapidMiner, Rapid-I will also present two new products. RapidInsight is best described as a light version of RapidMiner that enables the user to get insight into the given data within only a few mouse clicks. The data mining and analysis processes of RapidInsight are automatically optimized and do not need any user interaction. "RapidInsight is the perfect solution for non-analysts since it combines the power of data mining with the simplicity of known office tools" states Ingo Mierswa, CEO of Rapid-I. RapidInsight offers a simple and low priced possibility to apply data mining and gain insights quickly.
The second new product of Rapid-I is called RapidSentilyzer and combines data analysis and automated text classification capabilities. Based on web service technology, RapidSentilyzer analyzes web pages and discussion group entries and is able to distinguish between different sentiments about your company and your products and delivers aggregated statistics about the market perception, customer insights, representative opinions, and key words and phrases indicating reasons for the observed sentiments. RapidSentilyzer offers a simple and low prized possibility to quickly gain insight into the public opinion about companies or products.
Rapid-I (rapid-i.com) is a provider of business intelligence, predictive analytics, data mining, text mining, and web mining software, solutions, and services offering its customers automatable intelligent data analysis of large amounts of data and text including automatically generated classification and forecasting systems. The open source data mining specialist Rapid-I enables other companies to use the latest technology for intelligent data analysis and for the discovery of still unused company knowledge from existing data. Rapid-I won the highly rewarded Open Source Business Award 2008. Rapid-I has a broad user and customer base including companies like Ford, Honda, Nokia, Miele, Philips, IBM, HP, Cisco, Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, Bank of America, mobilkom austria, Akzo Nobel, Aureus Pharma, PharmaDM, Cyprotex, Celera, Revere, LexisNexis, and Mitre as well as many small and mid-sized companies. Rapid-I is headquartered in Dortmund, Germany. Besides of its since 2001 continuously improved data mining software RapidMiner, Rapid-I offers its customers a broad range of services including consulting, trainings, professional support, software development, customization, and extensions as well as complete data analysis services from a single source.
RapidMiner is the leading open source data mining software. According to a poll of the major web portal for data mining and knowledge discovery, KDnuggets.com, in May 2008 among 347 data mining experts, RapidMiner is the most widely used open source data mining tool, the second most frequently employed software for data analysis overall. A study of the Technical University of Chemnitz presented at the international Data-Mining-Cup 2007 (DMC-2007) compared the major open source data mining tools and found RapidMiner to be the leading open source data mining software outperforming the others especially with respect to its advanced technology and to its usability. Within its "Innovation Award 2008", the German initiative for small and mid-sized businesses ("Initiative Mittelstand") awarded RapidMiner as one of the most innovative open source solutions. RapidMiner has thousands of users in more than 40 countries world-wide. During the last three years, RapidMiner was downloaded more than 350,000 times. RapidMiner provides more than 500 different modules for detecting patterns in data and for their 2D and 3D visualisation. RapidMiner supports data import from common data formats of other data mining tools, Excel sheets, SPSS files, all common databases, and unstructured text documents like news texts, e-mail messages, web pages, web blogs, PDF documents, as well as time series and audio data.