With all of the attention being paid to Occupy Wall Street and the ills of big business, it’s heartening to shine a little light on two new start up’s who are working hard to make the world a better place.
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RichRelevance CEO, David Selinger, talks about big data on the Wall Street Journal FASTech blog.
There’s a big gap in Big Data, but it’s not in the numbers—it’s between the engineers and the executives at companies around the world.
“The gap is on the management side,” said David Selinger, CEO of RichRelevance, a company that analyzes retail data to help companies better target customers with the products they want. “The thinking is, if IT is empowered, then management is not empowered.”
Selinger spoke at the VentureWire FASTech conference along with fellow Big Data executives Andi Mann, VP of strategic solutions for CA Technologies, and Jack Story, CTO of Wipro Technologies.